EPA Pressure and Fiscal Responsibility: Driving the Need for Computerized Asset Management

Computerized asset management of waste-water treatment systems is not yet required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), but the EPA is pushing hard for adoption of best practices such as capacity management, operations and management (CMOM), and the penalties levied by the EPA for system leakages can be severe. Download this paper to learn more.
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