City of San Luis Obispo Streamlines Reporting & Response Times

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The City of San Luis Obispo treats about 1.75 billion gallons of water per year and serves around 47,545 customers with 14,800 metered connections. Before centralizing their data into a single system, the city’s lab juggled 31 paper bench sheets for entering, gathering, and analyzing their data. 

Now, with automated operations and reporting, the lab has streamlined their processes to confidently meet regulatory requirements, improve customer outreach, and ensure water quality. 

Register today to hear firsthand from the City of San Luis Obispo on how you can:

1. Streamline regulatory reporting & compliance

2. Reduce response times & unlock efficiencies

3. Optimize analysis & decision-making

Presented in partnership with Hach and Aquatic Informatics, join us to discover how you can streamline your operations—from field data collection to compliance reports, and every step in between.


Tyrone Yan, Technical Sales Engineer ll, Aquatic Informatics

Tyrone is a Technical Sales Engineer who empowers municipalities by mitigating their water worries with data management solutions. He is a seasoned and adaptable technical specialist with over 15 years of customer experience, and eight years working alongside Aquatic Informatics to help customers, including the City of San Luis Obispo, solve their water challenges. 

Tanner Duncan, Water Quality Analyst, City of San Luis Obispo

Tanner has been a Water Quality Laboratory Analyst with the City of San Luis Obispo for the last four years. Tanner's scientific background fueled his passion for integrating modern lab technology with data quality management to maximize workflow efficiency.


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