Sorry if this month's newsletter feels late (it is). Busy month here at Hach Flow and it's all good. Judging from the nature of the conversations at the WEF Collection Systems Conference in Sacramento word is traveling fast regarding the recent high-profile successes we've had with Data Delivery Services (DDS) in several large US cities. DDS remains one of the freshest, most efficient, and effective approaches to sewer flow monitoring in decades and very month more cities, large and small, are getting on board.
This is a big deal for me personally and professionally. DDS was launched at Marsh-McBirney when it was still my family's company. At that time, to me anyway, it was obvious that municipal sewer flow monitoring services could be much, much better. Hach Company understood that as well and embraced DDS wholly when they completed their acquisition of Marsh-McBirney just over seven years ago. Since that time we have become the sewer flow data supplier of choice for municipalities, agencies, and engineers across the US (including Alaska and Hawaii by the way). Nice.
To date I have not met a municipality whose sewer flow monitoring couldn't be done for less cost and greater reliability than through DDS. Not only do cities that have incorporated DDS get superior flow data but they also find themselves able to use their collection system staff in higher value (and in many cases safer) functions. That makes me feel good as well.
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