3 Ways to Improve Wastewater Data Management

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 12, 2021 11:08:06 AM / by WinCan

Legacy data provides wastewater professionals the opportunity to review the history of defects for a given section, monitor rates of deterioration, and make more informed decisions on when and how to repair infrastructure. However, the condition of legacy data makes a significant difference in the value that it provides to municipalities. In particular, data security, accessibility and quality are all crucial to successfully managing wastewater infrastructure and sustaining data hygiene.

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WinCan Welcomes Roger Roesselet

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 26, 2021 5:00:00 AM / by WinCan

We are excited to welcome our new regional sales manager, Roger Roesselet, to the WinCan family. Roger brings a wealth of experience to our team and will be responsible for sales in the DACH region, as well as business development worldwide. 

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5 Wastewater Industry Trends to Expect in 2021

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 28, 2020 8:12:00 AM / by WinCan

The wastewater industry is changing. New technologies are delivering more data than ever before, and inspection software is becoming increasingly effective in managing, analyzing and storing data. 

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Understanding COVID-19's Impact on Wastewater Budgets

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 28, 2020 4:38:35 PM / by WinCan

Wastewater industry professionals have carried on much the same during the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring that essential services are getting the attention they need to provide for communities. But while the specific needs of sewer systems haven’t shifted much, the industry’s financial situation has, forcing departments across the United States to reevaluate and rebudget.

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Next Level Environmental Combines Experience With the Right Sewer Tech

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 17, 2020 2:28:19 PM / by WinCan

Kevin David spent nearly two decades working in the wastewater industry before deciding to venture out and start something of his own. 

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Wastewater Provides Early Warning for Coronavirus’s Spread

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 18, 2020 4:39:04 PM / by WinCan

It’s been called “the canary in the coal mine”: testing raw sewage for traces of the COVID-19 can help track the disease’s circulation in a community—often well before the official case count is available.

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Sewermatics: AI for Sewers

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 8, 2020 9:46:24 AM / by WinCan

WinCan is always looking ahead at ways to integrate new technology into our software, including the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for automatic defect recognition and classification. 

Our new AI toolkit, Sewermatics, helps improve operator accuracy, automatically detects defects in video inspections, assigns defect codes and auto-populates data like size, position and water level in 30 languages. 

Gathering More Data in Less Time

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Wastewater Industry Trends to Look for in 2020

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 31, 2019 3:02:33 PM / by WinCan

It can be easy to grow complacent in the wastewater industry. Many pipes in North America are decades or even centuries old, after all. But operators and contractors who pay attention to changing technology and new regulations are better prepared to maximize efficiency and improve their systems for the future. 

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Developing Wastewater System Resiliency

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 28, 2019 4:18:04 PM / by WinCan

Communities depend heavily on their wastewater systems, so ensuring this resource is strong enough to withstand a natural or human-caused disaster is crucial. Building up system resiliency so it can bounce back from any harm protects against a range of health and safety risks, keeping your sewer system in better shape for longer.

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The Impact of PFAS on Wastewater

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 30, 2019 7:02:00 AM / by WinCan

Monitoring municipal and industrial wastewaters is an important part of tracking and managing pollutants. This is particularly relevant for contaminants like PFAS, which can remain unchanged through the wastewater treatment processes. In fact, wastewater treatment plant effluent is a major contributor of PFAS in surface water. Understanding the role that treatment plants play in managing this hazard can help us better understand the affects of PFAS on human health and the environment.

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