Service Summary: Flow Monitoring the RJN Way Saves You Money, Time

Flow monitoring is an initial step in improving your collection system. It helps you develop a plan for future field investigations while also prioritizing areas for study. Flow monitoring captures a clear picture of the hydraulic performance of a collection system. Flow meters, with the technology to record flow levels and flow velocity, are strategically placed throughout a system. Data is continuously recorded defining daily usage (base flows) as well as the system performance (peak flows) during rainfall/storm events.

How RJN’s Approach to Flow Monitoring
Saves Time and Money, Ensures Accuracy

Flow monitoring when done the right way with RJN – sending the results of constant real-time monitoring to a data group of experts who then analyze the data – is important mainly because it saves time and money.… Read the rest

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An Interview with RJN Senior Project Manager Cathy Morley about Her Upcoming Webinar

Morley_CathyRJN Senior Project Manager Cathy Morley will be presenting a webinar about “Inflow and Infiltration on Private Property” on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, from 12 to 1 PM Central through the ISAWWA (Illinois Section of the American Water Works Association).  Registration is open until Tuesday, August 9, 2016.  To register, visit this website:
We caught up with Cathy to discuss her upcoming webinar.  Here is what she had to say about it.

Overall, what is your webinar about?

I’m going to talk about how you go about setting up a private inspection program to help reduce inflow/infiltration (I/I), including the program’s PR and enforcement.… Read the rest

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RJN Implements InfoMaster to Meet Capital Planning Needs

The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati is the publicly-operated wastewater utility serving 43 out of 49 Hamilton County, Ohio political subdivisions, as well as parts of the three adjacent counties of Butler, Clermont, and Warren.  It has a ratepayer base of approximately 230,000 residential and commercial users and operates seven major wastewater treatment plants and more than 120 pump stations.  MSD provides sewerage collection and treatment services to an area covering approximately more than 290 square miles, containing over 200,000 separate sewer connections which tie into approximately 3,000 miles of sanitary and combined sewers.

To optimize its capital improvement program and maintain the highest level of customer service, MSD initiated a comprehensive enterprise asset management solution aimed at getting the most for its investment. … Read the rest

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RJN Represented at WATERCON 2016

During WATERCON 2016, RJN’s own Zach Matyja, P.E., and Cathy Morley, P.E., will be presenting. The Illinois Section of the American Water Works hosts this conference and expo (WATERCON) every year to facilitate networking opportunities and idea exchanges among experts in the “total water” cycle.  This year, WATERCON will take place from March 21 through March 24, 2016, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Illinois.  To learn more about the event, visit… Read the rest

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