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Water & Wastewater

The water & wastewater industry can be described as any facility that provides drinking water or wastewater services to residential, commercial, and industrial sectors of the economy. See how the following companies have benefited from using our products.

  • City of Boca Raton

    The City of Boca Raton, FL has always been at the forefront of advanced drinking water and wastewater treatment plants. Residents rely on the membrane softening process facility for their high quality drinking water. The wastewater plant has the capacity to meet demands expected beyond the year 2020.

    The utility service was struggling with their historical data collection system. They needed data that was not available when plant management was trying to find the root causes of various problems.

    After evaluating many historian systems, our products were chosen. Our products were selected for scalability reasons as well as the capabilities of our advanced trending tools.

    I was really impressed with the ease of use and easy setup procedures. The performance and file management of the Historian helped us keep hardware costs down. The Canary Labs technical support team also provided first class service and help when needed.

    Senior Analyst of Process Control

  • City of Rochester Bureau of Water

    The City of Rochester Bureau of Water provides drinking water to their residents from the Hemlock and Candice Lakes.

    The City of Rochester Bureau of Water wanted more access to their data for analysis and reporting purposes. When they updated their systems, we were also able to import 12 years of historical data from a custom SQL solution into our Historian. By using our Historian and trending tools, the City of Rochester Bureau of Water has been able to gain a greater depth of insight into their processes. Our solution also provides data to their users that did not previously have direct access to their SCADA system. Because of these factors, they have been able to lower operational costs.

  • Martinsburg Municipal Wastewater Plant

    The Martinsburg Municipal Wastwater Plant operates in the rural burough of Martinsburg in Pennsylvania.

    The plant began using our products in 2005. The plant monitors less than 100 points of data. The operators are able to view their data from a display that gives them the ability to quickly assess how the plant is running. Since the facility is small, it is not manned 24/7 and the operators needed a way to check on the plant from home or review their overnight operations. They also needed a way to quickly troubleshoot problems when things go wrong. Our products provide these solutions.

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