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  • EMA’s David Selby attends the AWWA/WEF 2019 Young Professionals Summit

    Held in conjunction with the Utility Management Conference, the AWWA/WEF Young Professionals (YP) Summit is the premier water and wastewater industry event for young professionals. EMA’s David Selby attended the conference, which was recently held in Nashville, to learn, create, and share ideas that will help shape the future of water. When asked about his […]

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  • EMA attends The Utility Management Conference

    Seven EMA team members headed to Nashville earlier this month to attend the 2019 Utility Management Conference. EMA delivered four professional program presentations, attended committee meetings, hosted a client reception at the Hermitage Hotel, and participated in the Young Professionals Summit. EMA addressed some of the conference’s hottest topics in our presentations: Brian Schrantz with […]

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  • Utilities share perspectives on J.D. Power’s survey results

    Everyone has heard of J.D. Power’s customer satisfaction surveys, but what value do utilities see from the company’s survey of residential water utility customers? That is the question EMA’s Martha Rodriguez and Terry Brueck addressed in their article, “Utility Perspectives on J.D. Power’s Market Intelligence,” published in the April 2019 Water Utility Executive. This article […]

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  • Join EMA at UMC 2019!

    The AWWA / WEF Utility Management Conference is one of the most prestigious management conferences available. It’s a great place to connect with other water and wastewater utility professionals while learning about the latest successful management approaches and activities. EMA is excited about our conference participation this year. We’ll be attending sessions and the Young […]

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  • The Water Research Foundation publishes new research on security and communications for intelligent water systems.

    The Water Research Foundation has published its report, “Considerations for Security and Communications for Intelligent Water Systems.” This research project addressed the security risks utilities face associated with a wide range of information sources and their communication protocols. The researchers inventoried and assessed the security risks of these source systems, such as SCADA, AMI/AMR, water […]

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  • Webinar – The Balancing Act Between Business and IT

    IBM® Maximo Enterprise Asset Management can be a powerful tool to help utilities manage their work and assets. To get maximum value from their Maximo projects, utility IT and business unit leaders must be aligned on system and project goals and governance. All too often, that is not the case. Please join EMA Director Brian […]

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  • EMA Clients and Consultants Share Expertise and Experience at WEFTEC

    EMA staff past and present joined our clients at the WEFTEC technical podium last month. EMA Practice Group Manager Jack Geisenhoff and Columbia (SC) Water Operations Supervisor David Wiman presented Columbia Water Operations: Empowered Employees and Increased Efficiency through Operations Workforce Planning. Jack and David shared how Columbia’s Metro Plant developed and implemented a plan […]

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  • Utility Perspectives on J.D. Power’s Market Intelligence

    Water utility leaders will discuss their organizations’ reactions to the J.D. Power Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study this weekend at AMWA’s 2018 Executive Management Conference. Learn how, and if, other utilities are using J.D. Power’s data to improve their business processes and increase customer satisfaction. EMA’s Terry Brueck will facilitate a discussion on Sunday, […]

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  • Imagine a Day Without Water Is October 10.

    On October 12, 2017, 750 organizations came together for Imagine a Day Without Water, the third annual day of action hosted by the Value of Water Campaign that asks Americans and our elected leaders to think about our often-overlooked water systems. Across the country, municipal water agencies, city halls, coffee shops, breweries, schools, nonprofits and […]

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  • WWAC2018 attendees impressed by DC Water’s Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant.

    EMA sponsored a tour of DC Water’s Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant during last week’s Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium in Bethesda, Maryland. 55 symposium attendees piled on a big tour bus for a scenic drive through portions of Bethesda and the District of Columbia en route to Blue Plains. Once we reached the […]

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