With increasing demands for stringent testing and compliance within our industry, mobile field data entry is essential!

Many of our clients know that field data collection is a time and resource consuming tasks.  They often find themselves out in the field with a clipboard and pen in all types of weather, reading instruments or collecting samples.  Often times, they then have to return to the office to manually type the results into either a spreadsheet or the WaterTrax database. This could potentially lead to data entry errors due to typos or misreading of handwritten results.  If you are like most people, sometimes the second entry back in the office is delayed because of many other... Read More »

WaterTrax chosen as winner of technology category for the Water Canada Awards presented last night at the Water Summit for strong electronic reporting tools

Vancouver, BC,  June 26, 2015 - WaterTrax is pleased to announce that they have been selected as the winner of the prestigious 2015 Water’s Next award for excellence in water resource technology. The Water’s Next national awards program, run by Water Canada magazine, honours the achievements and ideas of individuals and companies that successfully work to change water in our country. Water’s Next is an award program run by Water Canada magazine, which spotlights stories about our country’s... Read More »

Water's Next 2015 Finalists announced last week

WaterTrax is honoured to have been shortlisted for the Water's Next 2015 Award as an emerging technology in Water Resources, specifically for the new report tool for reporting data to the British Columbia Ministry of Environment.  Championed by the City of Kelowna, WaterTrax built this tool to help utilities in BC to generate a report template for easy upload to the Ministry's database.

Working with the City of Kelowna and the Ministry of Environment (MOE), WaterTrax developed an electronic reporting tool that leverages the internet to reduce the amount of time that utilities spend generating their EMS reports.... Read More »

April 1, 2015 Vancouver, BC - WaterTrax is excited to announce an exciting partnership with Trihedral, developer of the world’s most capable and reliable HMI/SCADA software: VTScada Monitoring & Control Software. VTScada is an all-in-one monitoring & control software for telemetry applications of any size.

Trihedral has developed a custom interface for VTScada which allows users to easily transmit their summary SCADA data into WaterTrax, in a secure and automated file transfer.  This custom interface would require a one-time set up, allowing you to transfer various summary information from your SCADA system for analysis and trending... Read More »

FEBRUARY 18, 2015, VANCOUVER - WaterTrax is pleased to announce our recent acquisition of Linko Data Systems, the leading supplier of Industrial Pretreatment, Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) and Liquid Hauled Waste software to municipal utilities in the United States.

WaterTrax offers a suite of cloud-based data management software products to help water and wastewater utilities manage water quality data to ensure regulatory compliance and operational excellence.  Linko Data Systems offers a complementary range of software solutions and services that address regulatory compliance needs at municipal wastewater treatment plants including... Read More »

Vancouver, Canada (June 9, 2014) — WaterTrax is excited to announce their most recent partnership with eRPortal, an enterprise asset and maintenance management software company.
WaterTrax offers a suite of cloud-based data management software products to help water and wastewater utilities manage water quality data with a reliable and accurate centralized information management solution.  eRPortal also offer a cloud based application that enables companies to optimize operations, maintain assets and infrastructure, and manage all related materials, resources, and logistics.
eRPortal has been developed with an architecture that provides... Read More »

WaterTrax announced this week the latest addition to their software application: a NetDMR reporting tool.  This reporting tool has been designed to help water and wastewater NPDES permit holders to automatically generate their electronic discharge monitoring reports (DMRs).

This reporting tool is flexible, customizable, and user-friendly.  Existing WaterTrax users will now have the ability to configure report templates, customized to their NPDES permit specifications, and generate the NetDMR report at the click of a button.  All of the required data is already housed within WaterTrax.  The WaterTrax NetDMR tool has been built to... Read More »

Vancouver, BC - June 17th, 2013 - WaterTrax today announced the release of its new reporting tool which will dramatically ease the reporting process for wastewater and water utilities who must report their wastewater quality data to the State Water Resources Control Board. Industry leader, WaterTrax, designed the new reporting tool specifically to help wastewater and water treatment plant operators and managers who use the State’s PET tool to create the electronic file that is required for uploading into the California Integrated Water Quality System (CIWQS).
WaterTrax users will now have the ability to export their data directly from WaterTrax into... Read More »

WaterTrax partners with LIMS provider ATL to achieve more seamless integration for customers

Vancouver, BC—January 9th, 2013—WaterTrax today announced its new technology partnership with Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a premier supplier of Laboratory Data Management Solutions. As a result of the partnership, WaterTrax and ATL’s LIMS products offer full interoperability. Water and wastewater customers can now benefit from seamless integration and automated data transfers between ATL’s LIMS into WaterTrax.

“We are excited to partner with Accelerated Technologies Laboratories,” stated Andrew Lewis, Director... Read More »

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has updated the rule for pathogens in drinking water, including setting a limit for the bacteria E. coli to better protect public health.

The Revised Total Coliform Rule ensures that all of the approximately 155,000 public water systems in the United States, which provide drinking water to more than 310 million people, take steps to prevent exposure to pathogens like E. coli. Pathogens like E. coli can cause a variety of illnesses with symptoms such as acute abdominal discomfort or, in more extreme cases, kidney failure or hepatitis.

Under the revised rule, public drinking water systems are... Read More »