Water Networks: Comply with changing regulatory standards, whilst minimising cost or disruption
How can the UK water industry meet changing customer demands and improve environmental performance whilst maintaining an aging infrastructure? Location information is critical.
The highest standards and nothing less
How to continuously improve without continuously raising costs? The answer is the smarter working that superior spatial awareness enables. Esri GIS allows you to comply with changing regulatory standards, whilst minimising cost or disruption.
Intelligent catchment management
Esri GIS arms you with actionable intelligence on what’s going on and where. From sewage discharges to pollution by cattle and chemicals, intelligent catchment management helps you minimise the need for treatment by ensuring input quality is high.
Reduce flood impact
Effective floodplain management requires both corrective and preventative measures. A GIS flood forecasting model will identify affected land parcels to prioritise for remediation or damage assessment.
GIS water quality models help identify and map critical areas of land use and reveal trends that affect water quality. Concentration changes can be predicted within ground and surface water to ensure that standards are complied with.
The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality uses Esri GIS to report on water quality to the Environmental Protection Agency.
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A single view of location dramatically improves performance.
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The drive to reduce costs is relentless. Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water responded to a regulatory drive to cut opex by 20%.
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