Webinar: How to Avoid Fines With Defensible Reporting & Compliance

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Are you among the 88% of utilities that still collect their operations data on paper and then store it across multiple, static spreadsheets?  

Don’t let errors creep into bench sheets, paper records, and spreadsheets and add to your workload—and your risk. By improving visibility and data access across your facility, you avoid violations, fines, and ensure you’re operating within your permit.

Developed in partnership between Aquatic Informatics and Hach, Rio is a cloud-based data management solution that can optimize your operations—from field data collection to auditable compliance reports, and every step in between with centralized data from the field, SCADA, LIMS, GIS, WIMS, and other sources.

Learn how you can:

1. Improve data quality & compliance: eliminate human errors and duplicated efforts by collecting data at the source with digital bench sheets. 

2. Optimize analysis and decision-making: centralize compliance and operations data in one secure, accessible online platform, and automatically generate sophisticated charts to quickly gain insights, and identify trends. 

3. Empower remote field work: access historical data, information, and exceedance notifications.


Kevin Koshko, Product Manager, Water Treatment, Aquatic Informatics

Kevin is the product manager for water treatment software solutions. He has worked in the water industry for the last 23 years and has been building water software since 2002.  Kevin is also a licensed water distribution and wastewater treatment operator

Teri Merrifield, Technical Account Executive, Aquatic Informatics

Teri has been working in water for over 35 years. Teri worked for Hach previously before joining Aquatic Informatics as a Technical Account Executive. Teri has been a leader in this space and has been elected president of the West Virginia Water Environmental Associated twice in the last 15 years.


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