Water Distribution:

  • Minimize costs to meet system needs at build-out and optimal staging of projects
  • Compare options for integrating new sources of supply or new facilities, providing service to new developments or neighboring systems, and modifying zone boundaries
  • Enhance operations for typical seasonal conditions or develop daily operating plans
  • Evaluate the cost to replace aging infrastructure against the risk of facility failures using multi-objective optimization
  • Analyze the impact of pipe breaks and plan for rehabilitation based on consequence or risk of failure

Wastewater Collection:

  • Locate and sizing new and upgraded facilities to address system deficiencies, including consent decree driven Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) and Sanitary System Overflow (SSO) mitigation
  • Assess the benefits of investment in green infrastructure when compared to traditional grey infrastructure improvements
  • Efficient allocation of monies by balancing conveyance and treatment options against expenses to restrict stormwater inflow and infiltration entering the system

Water Supply and Security

  • Consider water supply options including reservoirs, groundwater, aquifer recharge, rivers, and desalination to achieve operating goals
  • Review capital works and operational costs (energy, maintenance, treatment, labor)
  • Minimize probability, severity and duration of water restrictions and flooding
  • Improve environmental flow volumes and scheduling, for ecological management and water quality
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with pumping, desalination and other network components
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