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Quality drinking water is a vital element of our nation’s infrastructure. The public is more aware and engaged in water-quality issues than ever before, and people expect more transparency from their local utilities. Simultaneously, regulations that haven’t been updated in 30 years are now being revised.
Other cultural factors, including advancements in technology and a changing workforce, are impacting the way water systems today must operate.
To embrace these changes and prepare for those to come, water systems need to be equipped with the right technology to meet the moment. The ability to effectively manage and act on data is fundamental to future-proofing the water industry.
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