The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSDGC), a wastewater operator providing collection and treatment services to more than 800,0000 residents in Cincinnati, Ohio, operates a combined sewer system. Every year, MSDGC discharged about 11B gallons of combined sewage into the Ohio River.
Streams flowing into the Dead Sea can only be identified as a network of ravines crisscrossing the landscape, empty of any precipitation. But every winter, these streams fill with water. The extreme fluctuation between completely dry and overcome by floods occurs in minutes. Local authorities searched for a solution that provides real-time data to limit the devastation and, in some cases, even saves lives.
Leaky pipes and water main bursts losing gallons of non-revenue water and disrupting life due to urgent repairs in urban areas. Constant health monitoring of Pressure Reducing Valves (PRVS) to reduce stressed clean water mains + Instant alerts when PRVs malfunction thanks to Ayyeka Solution.
Fall River is one of the oldest towns in the US and as such, has been operating and maintaining a combined sewer system for over 100 years. Fall River was facing a regulatory enforcement action to limit and control sewage pollution of their waterways during rain events.
Schwyz, a small Swiss city of 15,000 inhabitants, is connected to the Muotathal valley and neighboring communities by means of one street. Unimon was asked to provide an automated solution for minute-by-minute monitoring of water quality in two wells which, because of their proximity to the construction works, were potentially at risk.