• Innovative BLU-X solution reduces sewer overflows

    Xylem solution helps Buffalo Sewer Authority reduce combined sewer overflows by 450 million gallons.

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  • Plant uses AI to reduce aeration energy use by 26%

    A wastewater treatment plant used an innovative AI solution from Xylem to optimize operations.

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  • Innovative AI pipeline analysis model

    Xylem and Esri partner to enable a water utility to cut pipe replacement costs by $70 million.

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  • Groundbreaking technology for nitrate monitoring

    EXO NitraLED’s state-of-the-art LED technology requires 98% less power than traditional systems.

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  • Women shaping next-generation water solutions

    A spotlight on some of the women on our team using digital technologies to reshape water management.

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  • City reduces non-revenue water by 50 percent

    A smart utility network from Xylem’s Sensus brand helped Walla Walla save 650 million gallons.

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  • Borehole pump solution for Italy

    Italian water agency cuts energy use by 30% with Lowara pumps.

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A new white paper from Xylem reports that cavitation damage to pumps is increasing, very often due to poor system design and cost pressures during the design...