Data-driven process monitoring and control in municipal wastewater treatment
The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that by 2040, water and wastewater infrastructure (e.g., treatment facilities, conveyance systems) in the United States will require $144 billion to repair, replace, and upgrade. As water demand increases and stringent nutrient regulations are implemented, facilities will be forced to intensify existing operations or face costly process additions. Data-driven process monitoring and control is an underdeveloped paradigm in the treatment industry that could help address the growing infrastructure investment gap by improving the accuracy and precision ...
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