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Wastewater Treatment


Operational efficiency and constant innovation paramount for wastewater treatment plants

Atonix Digital’s Wastewater Treatment Solution helps treatment facilities detect changes in infrastructure performance, identify equipment issues, and head off costly failures. Our powerful data analytics and asset monitoring software solution is purpose-built to transform wastewater operations from reactive to proactive.

Built on our asset performance management (APM) platform, the solution helps facility engineers improve process monitoring, failure reduction, water quality, and reporting. 

The Atonix Digital Wastewater Treatment Solution is your alternative to aging, manually-intensive processes and tools designed to deploy in weeks, not months and is priced to pay for itself in savings and efficiencies within the first year of operation.


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Customer Benefits

Leveraging SCADA and other systems and applying advanced analytics and workflow, Atonix Digital’s Wastewater Treatment Solution helps plant managers and operators identify previously undetectable changes in systems performance and unlock new opportunities to control costs, manage risk and improve service.

Our software solution frees stranded data to unlock new insights into the health of wastewater treatment infrastructure.

  • Gain a facility-wide view of their infrastructure performance.
  • Reduce overall costs of managing your​ infrastructure assets.
  • Prioritize failure mitigation to improve maintenance plans.
  • Streamline monitoring and reporting to meet regulatory mandates.
  • Automate your plant's processes to ease aging workforce concerns.
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The US Municipal Wastewater market will be worth $126.4 billion over the next five years, between 2019 and 2023.

*Source: Global Water Alliance


$30 billion per year is expected to be paid for digital products and services, including SCADA, billing systems and analytics.

*Source: Global Water Alliance


Nearly 60% of if the US municipal water facilities have either no process to assess the probability of failure or have process developed but not significantly implemented.

*Source: Bluefield Research, Global Municipal Water Infrastructure Report.


The Center for Water Studies shows that over a third of the water industry professionals will be retiring within a few years, leading to concerns about finding experienced, knowledgable replacements and are looking to data analytics technology to bring the gap.