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  • New insights on harmful algal blooms

    Xylem’s YSI-brand EcoMapper delivers never-before-possible sensed data of Clear Lake, California.

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  • Groundbreaking solution for micropollutants

    Xylem and water utility develop first sequential AOP system for drinking water containing bromide.

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  • Mercy Corps and Xylem

    Partnering to solve water for crisis-affected communities around the world

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  • Raleigh Water reduces planning time by 75%

    Advanced risk analytics from Xylem helps utility identify at-risk pipeline segments.

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  • Solving water across India

    Learn how Xylem is partnering with water professionals in India to improve water security.

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  • Helping a partner navigate COVID-19 challenges

    FT Leisure and Xylem completed 18 swimming pool projects across the UK in 2020.

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