Going Old School: Can Technology Make Operators Less Proficient?

Technology in treatment is great. But is there a point where too much dependence on digital magic begins to dull operators’ senses and make them less proficient?

You could call Jim Stover a throwback. As wastewater treatment superintendent in Amarillo, Texas, he expects his teams to function with minimal reliance on technology.

We might easily question his approach: Technology is proven to enhance process control and help deliver...

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