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ADAPT your ways

Now available is the TRUST report about the ADAPT tool developed by HR Wallingford, England, which is mainly of interest for the scientific community and water professionals (technical staff and water professionals).   The report details the development of the tool ADAPT (A Drainage Analysis and Planning Tool). The objective of the tool is to evaluate the improvement requirements to a...

Advice to water management practitioners on competition, efficiency, and new business opportunities

The TRUST report “Advice to water management practitioners on competition, efficiency, and new business opportunities” aims to help in the development of an adequate handling of the competitive water sector and provides a method for utilities to identify their current level of efficiency as well as concrete measures for efficiency improvement. It is mainly directed at water professionals...

TRUST output featured at CORDIS News

The Community Research and Development Information Service of the European Commission, short CORDIS, featured an output of the TRUST project. The news piece “New guidelines for Water Demand Management” is based on the report “Guidance on evaluation and selection of sustainable water demand management technologies” for the effective and efficient reduction of water consumption for...

Every drop counts

The efficient and effective reduction of water consumption is something all water stakeholders should strive for because of economical, environmental and social reasons.   The report “Guidance on evaluation and selection of sustainable water demand management technologies”, which has been developed within TRUST presents guidance for the evaluation and selection of Water Demand Management...

Cost savings and long-term reduction of pipe leaks and breaks possible through new inspection technology

A new inspection methodology called BIT (Breivoll Inspection Technologies) PipeScanner from Norway was applied in the TRUST project. The inspection method produces exact measurements of thickness and corrosion on metallic water mains. Pipe features such as valves, joints, and intersections are also mapped with high precision. This leads to the possibility of significant cost savings, as well as...

TRUST work area “Technologies & Operational Options” meeting in Scotland

On the 12-13th June a TRUST meeting took place in Edinburgh, Scotland. Hosted by Scottish Water, the objectives of the meeting were to specify the interaction with Scottish Water and other TRUST pilot cities, to assure end-user orientated output from the work area “Technologies & Operational Options”, to identify suitable products towards cities, to define the interaction with other TRUST...