The concern for safety and reliability of our nation’s water supply has been top of mind for many. Recent incidents of system contamination such as the crisis in Flint, Michigan and storm damage from hurricanes have thrust water and wastewater issues into the public eye – increasing pressure on municipalities and counties to get a better handle on their water and wastewater operations.
Pinellas County (FL) Utilities delivers 71 million gallons of clean water and treats 30 million gallons of wastewater daily for one million year-round residents and 4.2 million visitors to St. Petersburg and the county’s 23 other communities. To do that, it manages 2,000 miles of pipe, 13 well fields, five surface water sources, three wastewater treatment facilities and 350 lift stations.
Watch their story and learn how Pinellas County is virtualizing critical Wonderware automation solutions with confidence and relying on industrial control systems such as supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), historians, and human machine interfaces (HMIs).