A look into how city managers have figured out ways to keep compliance programs running during the Covid-19 pandemic.
SwiftComply is pleased to announce the launch of SwiftComply Stormwater, a web-based application that helps Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) to efficiently meet the requirements of the Clean Water Act.
SwiftComply is announcing today the successful commercial launch of SwiftComply Backflow, its game-changing platform for backflow program management
Preventing your turkey fat from entering the sewers has become more critical than ever this year due to the pandemic.
We’re now contributing 1% of our revenue to next-generation carbon removal technologies alongside Stripe
Regulation plays a big role in FOG management. This article shows how different countries deal with this and what can be improved.
Online software services, generally known as cloud computing or Software as a Service (SaaS), have gained widespread use over
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FOG program managers and inspectors often see the value in implementing new technologies to push their wastewater compliance
It has been just over a year since SwiftComply’s acquisition of XC2 software, so what better time to reflect on our progress so far and
During last month’s Vancouver Pretreatment Conference we were excited to hear Mike Martin speak from the Hampton Roads Sanita
Houston sought an online solution that would give its testers the ability to upload backflow test reports directly to the city database
In 2016 Fox Metro set about improving its operational efficiency by upgrading how they record and track inspections and FSE details
As growing populations put more and more pressure on aging infrastructure the challenges facing FOG