Public vs Private: A National Overview of Water Systems

“The dynamic between public and private systems has always been interesting, especially in the case of water and wastewater systems. Public water systems are usually non-profit entities managed by local or state governments, for which rates are set by a...

Polar Vortex Effects Pipes

The Polar Vortex took much of the U.S. by storm, literally. The Polar Vortex refers to the cold air and low pressure that constantly surrounds both of the Earth’s poles. In the winter, a disruption in the polar vortex can occur as it tends to expand in the northern...

National Water Use on the Decline

Nationwide recognition of the critical value of water is reflected in recent data suggesting water use is the lowest it has been in over four decades. Conservation efforts privileging the finite resource have paved the way for a 9 percent reduction in water use since...

September Conferences, WaterPro and TriState

Matchpoint has been on the go this month, spreading the word about our innovative approaches to infrastructure management across the nation. The team represented and presented at two major regional conferences: the WaterPro conference in Fort Worth, Texas and the...

Hurricane Florence Hits Matchpoint’s Hometown

Eastern North Carolina – from the Outer Banks to the northern South Carolina coast – were inundated with over 10 trillion gallons of water brought about by Hurricane Florence earlier this month. The category 1 hurricane made landfall in Matchpoint’s...

Data Driving Matchpoint’s Move Westward

Water conservation is the name of the game for the state of California, where persistent drought has made water scarcity a problematic reality. Recently enacted legislation has moved water accountability and water loss management to the forefront of the agenda for...

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