SmartCover is trailblazing technology company that monitors remote sewer data, performs analytics and delivers timely notifications to stop sewer spills. In addition to detecting pipe blockages, the systems have a range of applications including the reduction of high frequency cleanings (HFC), locating inflow and infiltration (I&I), entry detection, and H2S monitoring. Data transmission uses satellite, making it ideal for remote topography and impervious to power or cell outages during severe weather. Since 2005, the company has prevented thousands of sewer spills and saved millions of dollars for wastewater utilities across North America. Headquartered in San Diego with additional offices across the U.S., SmartCover is on an accelerated growth path with private equity firm XPV Water Partners. To learn more visit smartcoversystems.com.
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The conventional practice of regularly scheduled collection system cleaning, especially with high frequency, is intended to lower instances sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). Yet, this practice incurs substantial operational cost, increased pipe wear and provides no SSO protection between cleanings. Read more