IOT Energy Management ‘s new ‘Energy Water Management’ service aims to help conserve water and help people manage water quality
By Katie Humberstone, Guardian of the Arts and Media EditorThe company’s new Energy Water Management service is aimed at helping people manage their water and ensure the quality of water is preserved.
In a video released by IOT, the company says the service aims “to help people understand the importance of conserving water, and how we can achieve it.”
It aims to create a digital ecosystem of people, communities and organisations who are engaged in water conservation projects and to work collaboratively to achieve these goals, it says.
The service will include a mobile app, which will allow users to track the progress of their water conservation efforts, and the development of a community resource dashboard, which shows the water quality status of a given area and water usage trends across the country.
It will also offer a range of other water conservation tools, including water conservation plans, water usage forecasts and water conservation tips.
The company is the first to offer this service, which has been introduced in partnership with Water Canada.
In the video, IOT’s CEO John McAllister says the aim is to create an ecosystem of water stewards, water management professionals and community partners who work together to achieve water conservation goals.
“We are at a point where we need to be as engaged as possible to make sure we conserve water,” he said.
“It is an issue that is very hard to tackle.”IOT said in a statement it has been working closely with Water Minister Shannon Phillips on the project, and has developed a “water management plan” to help stakeholders achieve the goals of conservation.
“In the coming months we will be launching the first-ever ‘Energywatermanagement’ service to help people better understand how they can improve their water quality, and help to improve the way we manage it,” the statement read.
“This service will enable the public to connect to water managers and partners, and use the tools to share their experiences and make informed decisions.”
McAllister said in the video that the service was the “first in a series of services we are launching in Canada to help water users better understand and conserve water.
It is a way for people to have a voice in the water system and to know the water is not being wasted, or that we are making progress.”IOMs founder, Michael B. Bragg, said he believed the service would be “a game changer” for Canadians.”
When you look at water, you are really not looking at it the same way,” Bragg said.
“You have a big amount of water in the ground, and there is a lot of water that is being drained and treated and flushed out of the ground.
Water is an incredibly important resource, and I think the people of Canada are ready for a change.””
People want to have control over their water, they want to know they are using water wisely and using water efficiently.
And this service can bring that awareness and that control to the water management landscape.”
Water managers, IOMs CEO and IOM Canada president Jim Bragg have a video about water conservation.
By Simon LeBlanc, BBC News Environment and Energy EditorLondon is being plunged into a water crisis as millions of people struggle to cope with a water shortage that threatens to put millions more at risk of dehydration.
Water authorities are warning people to be careful as the worst of the drought in the UK’s North East is hitting the region hard, with rivers and lakes in areas including Cornwall and Norfolk and the capital city of London seeing record levels of high water levels.
But the water crisis has also prompted an investigation by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which has issued warnings to more than 70,000 people, including some with no drinking water.
In addition to warnings, some communities in London are struggling to maintain basic services like sewage treatment plants, as well as some of the city’s main water systems.
“Water is a basic human right, and it should not be taken away from you just because of your ability to pay for it,” said IOM’s chief executive, Michael Bragg.
“The only way to keep water safe is to make it available to everyone.”
Mr Bragg’s remarks come after the government announced a $1.6bn injection to tackle the problem, but many have warned that the money could not go a long way.
Some water users in the North East are still having to deal with the crisis after the rain caused a flood that sent sewage and waste into the Thames River, killing dozens of birds and birds of prey.
The government has promised to spend up to $50m on emergency water storage projects across the North and East of England.
However, the Government has also pledged to spend an additional $5m to improve water infrastructure in England, to help reduce the number of water issues in the region.
It has also committed to help the North Sea region improve its water quality standards, but says