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Session 6 N [clear filter]
Monday, October 15
 

2:00pm EDT

Managing SSES Programs with ArcGIS Online
Wastewater treatment systems are frequently tasked with identifying and quantifying sources of infiltration and inflow within the system. From data collection to analysis and reporting, this entire process can be drastically enhanced by integrating tools such as Collector, Survey123, and Operations Dashboard. The City of Boston, through the Boston Water & Sewer Commission (BWSC) has invested significant time and money in the separation of its combined sewer system. Some separated segments of the system, such as tributary to the Dorchester Interceptor, continue to experience significant wet weather flow increases, and periodic sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). In the past ten years, BWSC has completed several studies focused on infiltration and inflow reduction. Current work now utilizes conventional sewer system evaluation survey components such as building inspections, smoke testing, flow isolation, sewer main and lateral cleaning and CCTV, as well as dye testing and flooding. Managing this data collection is simply and efficiently accomplished by incorporating tools within ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Desktop.

Speakers
AC

Austin Canty

GIS Technician, Tighe & Bond, Inc.


Monday October 15, 2018 2:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
Newburyport - 1st Floor