Hydrant Flushing

Hydrant Flushing Conventional or unidirectional (UDF) hydrant flushing programs minimizes mineral and sediment build-up, which increases water flow rates and improves water quality. By replacing paper-based systems, Utility Cloud further improves productivity at a fraction of the cost. The color, taste, and odor of the water in your community can be impacted by the accumulation…

FOG Inspections

FOG Inspections and Sewer Infrastructure Solutions The safest and most efficient Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) Inspection programs start with a sound plan that maps out what needs to be inspected and where the facility is located. A robust operations management solution with GIS, such as Utility Cloud, can simplify the management of a FOG…

Water Storage Tank Inspections

Water Storage Tank Inspections Utility Cloud provides an easy-to-use system for inspecting and maintaining water tanks. By replacing paper-based systems with a cloud-based software solution, water departments will spend less time doing data entry and recordkeeping tasks because reports and work orders are generated automatically. INDUSTRY Water Industry SEGMENT Public/Private Utilities SOLUTION Water Storage Tank…

Cross Connection Testing

Cross Connection Testing The safest and most efficient cross connection testing programs start with a sound plan for frequency, communication and scheduling. A robust operations management solution, such as Utility Cloud, can simplify the management of a cross connection testing program. In fact, managing your cross-connection program using a cloud-based work and operations management system…

Hydrant Inspections

Hydrant Inspections The most efficient hydrant inspection programs start with a sound plan for frequency and scheduling. A robust operations management solution, such as Utility Cloud, can simplify the management of this program. Utility Cloud helps streamline hydrant inspections and ensures all inspections are completed. The platform also ensures the accuracy of data and stores…

Well & Groundwater Inspections

Well & Groundwater Inspections Groundwater accounts for 98% of the earth’s drinking water supply. Fifty percent of the US population relies on groundwater for daily drinking water and 37% of the agriculture in the United States depends on groundwater. Failure to perform daily inspections on your community’s wells and groundwater can result in the overtreatment…

Water Quality Sampling

Water Quality Sampling The most efficient water quality sampling programs start with a sound plan. Technology such as Utility Cloud can help keep your community’s water infrastructure in compliance by managing sampling points, sampling data, and chain of custody reports. Your samplers are able to access various inspection forms (TOC, THM, HAA, MRT, Bacti, etc.)…

Water Valve Exercising

Water Valve Exercising Ensuring that your valves are working properly BEFORE a major event occurs is critical. Inaccessible or inoperable valves can lead to longer repair times and an increase in affected customers, water loss, repair costs, and property damage—ultimately leaving you to deal with angry customers and staff. Managing valve exercising with spreadsheets (or…

Lift Station Inspections

Lift Station Inspections Preserving sewer systems and providing customers with a safe environment is a primary goal of the wastewater industry. Routine inspections and cleanings assist with taking a proactive approach to identifying issues within the system, and resolving them before they develop into costly repairs, or create health-related issues for the community. Successfully maintaining…

Sewer Manhole Inspections

Sewer Manhole Inspections Sewer Manhole Inspections are performed to ensure a community’s wastewater infrastructure is secure, and to manage the deterioration and rehabilitation/replacement schedule for sewer manholes. Manhole inspections are designed to take a pro-active approach to inspect the sewer system, identifying potential issues, and correcting them before they develop into costly repairs. Annual inspections…