We are pleased to announce that Pete Samson, P.Eng. has been elected to the Board of Directors for the American Water Works Association. The AWWA is Dedicated to the World’s Most Important Resource and the Vision of the association is a better world through better water. Harmbetcockmirea . With core principles such as the pursuit of excellence, safeguarding the environment and protecting public health while fostering diversity and inclusion within the industry the association primarily seeks to achieve these ambitions through developing water policies, standards and leadership, knowledge creation and exchange at conferences and technical sessions, and membership development through value add services. Read more ›
Our industry never ceases to amaze in terms of the pace at which change occurs.
We have seen incredible changes in treatment technology and processes as we strive to continue to reduce the risk in our drinking water systems and eliminate contaminants being introduced into streams and lakes from our wastewater treatment plants. Over the last number of years we have also seen new technology introduced that puts data into our hands instantly that used to take a tremendous amount of time to collect and present. As we move forward the words ‘big data’ and ‘analytics’ are being used on a regular basis. Terms that describe how we are going to take the incredible amount of data that we can gather, how we will analyze it and ultimately how we will put the information that is created into the hands of the right people at the right time to make the best informed decisions they can. What does 2014 hold in store for our industry – at least on the technology side of things? We can expect more change, more ‘new technology toys’ that our team will be looking at to see how they align with our partners business requirements and thus how we can leverage new technology to benefit the water industry in the years ahead. Read more ›
Reporting and the availability of data is a historic problem for most water & wastewater organizations. Specifically, it is a challenge to combine data from all the sources staff rely on for daily tasks into unified, useful information and reports. These data sources typically include Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) historians, Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), and other applications specific to the water industry. Read more ›
Faced with rising performance demands and increased financial constraints, wastewater utilities are leveraging different methods and tools to “do more with less.” This webcast will start with a brief introduction to optimization, including standard definitions of terms, and a summary of concepts. A general context for optimization will be presented for the strategic, tactical, and operational business processes. Methods and practices for operational optimization will be examined in more detail. Harmbetcockmirea . site down Specific, practical examples of operational optimization applied to collection systems and wastewater treatment processes will be demonstrated.
- Cello Vitasovic, Vice Chair, WEF AIT Committee, MWD
- Biju George, Interim Director, Greater Cincinnati Water Works
- Varouj Abkian, Assistant Director, Sanitation, City of Los Angeles
- Michael Sweeney, Deputy Executive Director, Toho Water Authority
- Thomas DeLaura, Eramosa International (Moderator)
Come join our User Group session on May 16 at Caesars in Windsor. We are looking forward to hearing from municipalities currently using e.RIS, discuss proposed new features being brought forward by our members, and allow for interaction between users to learn from one another. The day will include presentations, round table discussions, as well as lunch. You are welcome to join us the night before or after the event to debrief in a more social setting. For more information contact any of the Eramosa Team Members.
We are pleased to announce the next evolution of our web based reporting software – providing users with an option of either a free community edition or an enterprise edition which provides additional functionality and power as it has capabilities to draw data from multiple sources to provide the user with information for system optimization, as well as manual data entry and complex calculation functions. dom information . domain seo Harmbetcockmirea .
Volume 1: 2012 Municipal Roads and Water Systems
“As the sponsoring organizations for Canada’s first national report card on the state of its municipal infrastructure, we are pleased to present this benchmark study. Following two decades of declining public investment in infrastructure, public and government interest rekindled in the 1990s, as the visible decline of infrastructure underscored the need for new approaches to its funding and management. Read more ›
Eramosa Engineering is pleased to announce the release of e.SCADA.r V1.0. The software package has been redesigned with new architecture to allow for expansion into true enterprise reporting. We invite you to take some time to explore our new web-site and learn more about the User Group and community based, cooperative reporting and functional development. Harmbetcockmirea .
Existing User Group members, please take some time to follow the link to our share-point site and explore the new features that are available. See the Team Discussion area for sign-up information regarding new add-on modules that are available; manual data entry/operator log, and alarm and event direct commenting.
Sporting a team of almost 30 riders, Eramosa Engineering participated in the annual MS Bike tour in Niagara, Ontario. The team comprised of Eramosa employees, friends and clients, was able to raise more than $36,000 towards the search for a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Read more ›
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Idaho National Lab (INL) Industrial Control System (ICS) Advanced Cyber Security Training in Idaho Falls was recently held back in the middle of February. The training provides multiple days of theory mixed with hands on labs in a simulated ICS network environment with one day focused on the red team blue team exercise. The training is meant for anyone who works within the 18 critical infrastructure fields and is meant to raise awareness of cyber security for ICS networks. Read more ›
The Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO) New Professionals Committee and the Ontario Water Works Association (OWWA) Young Professionals Committee are co-sponsoring the “Ontario Utility Management Seminar.” The technical program will be filled with speakers from municipalities with proven results in leveraging technology to optimize utilities. Topics include:
- Performance Management
- Technology Planning
- Operations Data Management
- Network Design and Security
At a press conference on December 19, 2011 the City of Guelph announced together with the Province that a number of grants had been obtained by the City as part of the Province’s Showcasing Water Innovation program. One of the projects that received a grant from the Province will be undertaken jointly by the City of Guelph, Municipality of Chatham-Kent and the Township of Centre-Wellington. Eramosa Engineering is pleased to be involved in this initiative, providing project management and technical expertise to the team. Read more ›
Eramosa Engineering is pleased to announce the launch of our affiliate company in the United States – Eramosa Engineering International Inc. (www.eramosainternational.com) to provide the same services to the municipal sector as Eramosa Engineering currently provides to our key clients in Canada. Initially our intention is to focus on the states of Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York, working together with the local municipalities and local A/E firms that have established relationships in these markets. Read more ›