Boil water advisory in effect for parts of East Atlanta

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Print E-mail By Fran Jeffries The Atlanta Journal-Constitution The city of Atlanta has issued a boil water advisory for parts of East Atlanta after a Georgia Power outage resulted in a temporary loss of pressure in the drinking water system, authorities said. The system was restored to normal operations within 30 minutes, according to the… Read more »

How the drought could effect Amarillo’s water supply

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AMARILLO, TEXAS — Some people don’t realize the drought can affect the city and water management. We sat down with City Manager Jarrett Atkinson to find out how you can help conserve water after a record setting year. Officials tell us last year’s drought hasn’t affected the water supply long term, but that doesn’t mean… Read more »

Deeter Electronics Leak Detector Safeguards Server Rooms and Basements from Flood Damage

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Press Release Deeter Electronics Leak Detector Safeguards Server Rooms and Basements from Flood Damage November 2010 – Deeter Electronics announce the launch of a Leak Detector intended for raising the alarm in the event of a water leak in data-centres, server rooms and building basements.   The Deeter Leak Detector system comprises a Leak Detector… Read more »

Wireless Technology in Industrial Measurement and Process Control

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Wireless Technology in Industrial Measurement and Process Control Introduction In all manufacturing industries there is a need to collect information for measurement and control of processes and material management. Transducers of many kinds may be installed on machinery, storage tanks, materials and even finished products.   The one common factor in all these applications is… Read more »