Every summer the population of the Cape Cod vacation town of Falmouth, MA swells from 25,000 to 120,000 people.
This used to put an enormous burden on the old pump station that provided the town’s fresh water supply. To accommodate the increased summer demand, a new $42-million water treatment and filtration plant was commissioned.
But staffing the new plant continuously was just not feasible. The town simply could not afford to pay for the 24/7 coverage water regulations required.
The solution was to build a highly automated, rugged, remotely connected plant that could meet water needs with a single staffed shift. WIN-911 was part of the solution to help ensure the plant met its 99.99% uptime reliability goal.
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