In the past year, the company has announced a patented new sensor + software solution for monitoring conditions in underground water pipes and partnered with the Buried Asset Management Institute - International (BAMI-I) to test new solutions for aging water infrastructure.
What does AWI stand for?
AWI stands for Aging Water Infrastructure (US EPA)
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- ASROC Weapon Handling System
- Asiatic Wild Horse Species Survival Plan
- Acceptable Weekly Intake
- Adelgund Witte Architecte Iessc (French architectural firm; Orléans, France)
- Adults with Incapacity Act of 2000 (UK)
- Aerospace Welding, Inc.
- Africa Wellness Initiative (California)
- African Women's Initiative
- Agence Willame Immobilier (French: Willame Estate Agency)
- Agency for Workforce Innovation (Florida)
- Air Warfare Instructor (UK Royal Navy)
- Air Water Interface
- Air Wisconsin Airlines (ICAO code)
- Alert with Information
- Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung in der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft (German: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research)
- All-Weather Interceptor
- Allowable Weekly Intake
- Alloy Wheels International (group of wheel manufacturing companies in England, Canada, and South Africa)
- American War of Independence
- American Watchmakers Institute
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our solution improves system performance and prevents costly replacement of aging water infrastructure.
Increased demand is driven by two factors: the increasing maintenance requirement of aging water infrastructure in the developed countries; and the need for water supply and sanitation in developing regions.
Neither are we overlooking that those funds should have been spent on those aging water infrastructures for which he now wants additional rate increases to repair.
15% The company will benefit (NYSE: MWA) from an increase in repair work to the country's aging water infrastructure * AS OF JULY 28, 2006.
SEH([R])) Project Engineer Paul Pasko, PE appeared on The Discovery Channel to discuss cured-in-place piping (CIPP) as a solution to the country's aging water infrastructure.
7, 2012 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Global Water Technologies (OTC Pink: GWTR) has partnered with the Buried Asset Management Institute - International (BAMI-I) to test new solutions for aging water infrastructure.
This study contributes to the continuing efforts of the EPA's Aging Water Infrastructure (AWI) research and the American Water Works Association (AWWA).