Water District Inventory Control - National Rural Water Association
Good quality water resources are a precious commodity in urban and rural areas.
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Proper water supply services are paramount to community management accountability. This easily-accessible Water District Inventory Control mobile app operates on a smartphone or digital tablet. Designed to support rural development water systems, this software allows water service providers to track and organize the variant factors and challenges associated with water management, funding and planning.
Managers of a water association can easily customize this app to suit the needs of their water maintenance facility. It will help you provide qualitative data to local government and other leaders who monitor community costs. You may use the mobile app for monitoring liters of water in the supply, water quality systems, possible groundwater contamination and water sanitation and hygiene equipment. It's also helpful to operators of wastewater treatment facilities that process sewer water and other sources of wastewater.
One handy feature is the app’s ability to capture your gps location while working in the field. You can also expand its functionality by designing a study of water use in domestic water or irrigation settings in relation to population.
You can take it a step further by calculating the capital costs for the development of an improved, high-functioning infrastructure that could better serve the private sector. Once completed, the app saves the results electronically for your records and allows you to share the information via email.
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