Energy Neutrality for Wastewater Treatment Plants Within Reach

by Andrew Green (Editor’s note: We have published numerous posts on this important and popular subject in the past, including water-energy co-dependence, the water-energy nexus, and the effects on your plant. We’d love to hear about your plant’s successes in reducing energy consumption and/or improving energy recovery. Send your story to revere@reverecontrol.com or use the Contact Us function on this…

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Design-Build, a Proven Project Delivery Method

Our followers in Alabama have undoubtedly heard or read about Governor Bentley’s proposed prison reform plan. But this is not a blog about prison reform, or the Governor, or any other political aspect of the proposal. This is a blog about design-build. The reason for opening with the Governor’s plan is that some of the…

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UL Certification: What and Why?

by Tom Adams Since 1983, we have enjoyed a strong relationship with Underwriters Lab, and we take great pride in our ability to put the UL certified sticker on the control panels we build. But do you know what that certification means and why it’s important? Virtually all cities and states require a third party…

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Products vs. Solutions Part 3

By guest blogger Patrick Bunn In my first post, I shared a story about my experience researching different fitness trackers. I talked about how the chief complaint regarding the two products I researched centered around the lack of sufficient customer service. In my second post, I talked about customer service and how it relates to…

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What is Automation EPC?

By Vice President of Sales and Marketing Greg Graves Many products have a brand name that is synonymous with the product function so that no explanation is needed as to how it works. The point at which a company achieves such brand recognition is when differentiation has truly been created. When I worked for a…

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Products vs. Solutions Part 2

By Guest Blogger Patrick Bunn In my last post, I shared a story about my experience researching different fitness trackers. I talked about how the chief complaint regarding the two products I researched centered on the lack of sufficient customer service. I stated that in the end I didn’t purchase either product. Why? Because having a…

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Products vs. Solutions

by Guest Blogger Patrick Bunn Recently my wife asked for a new fitness tracking device. She has been so happy with the device I gave her that she has indirectly convinced me that I should get one as well. I began doing some research to find which device would be the best fit for me.…

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Shop Team Implements Improvements

In the spirit of innovation and continuous improvement, our shop established a team tasked with looking at ways to make the panel shop more productive. Starting in January, the team looked at all aspects of operations with an eye toward changes that would improve safety or quality, or provide a monetary payback. Over the months…

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