Aquanuity, Inc., the leader in strategy-led simulation-powered water infrastructure digital twin software, today announced that Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA), North Carolina, has chosen AquaTwin Asset software.
Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) is a public, non-profit agency that provides water, wastewater, and reclaimed water services to the Carrboro-Chapel Hill community including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in southeastern Orange County, North Carolina. OWASA serves about 83,000 residents through about 21,300 customer accounts. Its water distribution system covers about 35 square miles and consists of about 390 miles of water distribution pipes, over 12,000 valves and more than 2,000 fire hydrants. Its wastewater system comprises about 350 miles of underground wastewater pipes, 21 pumping stations, and 11,000 manholes.
“Water utilities of all sizes are quickly recognizing the exceptional business value and benefits of AquaTwin Asset,” said Paul F. Boulos, Chairman and CEO of Aquanuity. “The fact that innovative utilities like OWASA chose Aquanuity as its solution partner clearly demonstrates the superiority of our AI-powered GIS-centric water infrastructure capital planning and asset management technology. We’re proud to partner in OWASA’s success.”
Aquanuity is an engineering technology company focused on helping the world’s water infrastructure work better. We blend science and creativity to create cutting-edge innovations that play a critical role in advancing a sustainable future. Our innovative software fundamentally changes the way water utilities and engineering firms can use technology to create and manage safe, efficient, reliable, sustainable, resilient and smarter water infrastructure and build better communities.