Not only can stormwater be controlled, but doing so is of great importance to both public safety and municipal costs. Channeling excess water into the appropriate system is rarely easy, but with Water Office, stormwater can be managed effectively and efficiently.
Stormwater puts increased strain on watersheds. This can obviously have immediate detrimental effects on everyday life, but it can also affect wastewater networks. By separating and managing stormwater in a dedicated system, both the social risks and the costs involved in processing and treating runoff at wastewater facilities can be decreased.
Naturally, doing so requires a well thought out stormwater network. Water Office can help design, implement, maintain and manage these networks through integrated spatial asset management.
Getting optimal performance from your assets is a challenge in any water network, but especially so when it comes to stormwater management. Tracking the condition of your assets is vital, because failures can lead to a cascade effect on other networks, which in turn can lead to spiraling costs. The Stormwater module works to prevent this.
Water Office provides insights into risks, capacity and asset condition, along with historical data, allowing you to plan and schedule maintenance effectively.
Dealing with overcapacity and overflow is part and parcel of stormwater management. Water Office provides a comprehensive solution, invoking the Water Resources module to establish clear links between precipitation and flood conditions. Would you like to see how it works? Our team is happy to provide an on-site demonstration.
Non-revenue water is a massive global issue. If we could reduce the current losses in developing nations by half, the amount of water saved would serve over 90 million people. That's 1.25 % of the world’s population!