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Region of Peel Selects SCG Flowmetrix for Large-Scale Project
SCG Flowmetrix is a trusted partner that enables public works departments and consulting engineers to capture highly accurate flow measurement-related data for capacity assessments, inflow and infiltration studies, water loss control, and to better manage the impacts of extreme weather events. Our technicians also provide large water-meter calibration services, preventative and reactive maintenance, and commissioning of new equipment at water and wastewater treatment facilities.
Selected for One of the Largest Sewer Flow and Rainfall Monitoring Projects in Canada
SCG Flowmetrix has been awarded one of largest sewer flow and rainfall monitoring projects in Canada from the Region of Peel. Located in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) of Ontario, the Region of Peel provides services for the growing cities of Brampton, Mississauga, and the town of Caledon, a combined service area population of more than 1.5 million.
The multi-year project will include the installation of over 350 sensors throughout Peel Region’s sewer network and more than 30 rain gauges to monitor and collect data for hydraulic modelling, capacity assessments, inflow and infiltration remediation, flood forecasting, regulatory reporting requirements, and more.
Delivering Large and Complex Projects
Toronto Water leads one of the largest municipal flow monitoring programs in North America. With support from SCG Flowmetrix, this forward-thinking city is using valuable data insights to drive impactful decisions about its infrastructure. The monitoring program, which started in the 1990s, has expanded to include permanent monitoring at trunk locations, revolving monitoring at trunk inflow sites, and temporary project-specific monitoring. Today, this data is used to calibrate hydraulic models, support the capital program, monitor combined sewer overflows, inform the basement flooding program, and guide the inflow and infiltration reduction program.