Post Tagged with: "Water Loss"

Using Vendor Benchmark Data to Determine a Cost-Effective Leak Detection Program

Using Vendor Benchmark Data to Determine a Cost-Effective Leak Detection Program

May 28, 2024 at 8:20 am 0 comments

By Paul Gagliardo The typical municipal procurement process utilizes the age old “low bid” process. A detailed specification is created, and vendors provide a sealed bid. The low bid wins and the agency hopes it gets what it really wants. This works with static productsRead More

Aquarius Spectrum unveils AQS branding

Aquarius Spectrum unveils AQS branding

May 14, 2024 at 8:58 am 0 comments

Aquarius Spectrum has announced the launch of its new brand identity as AQS, which the company said is a major step forward in its mission to revolutionize water network management. Following its acquisition by Aliaxis in 2022, AQS has embraced a new strategic direction focusedRead More

Water main break study highlights correlation between material, diameter

Water main break study highlights correlation between material, diameter

March 4, 2024 at 9:42 am 0 comments

Utah State University (USU) has published new research on water main breaks in the United States and Canada, examining break rates and related factors such as pipe material and diameter. It is the third such study conducted by USU with previous versions in 2012 andRead More

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Indiana Water Company Prevents Water Loss with Smart Tech

February 29, 2024 at 11:46 am 0 comments

By Trey Overman In an era when water conservation is paramount, Southern Indiana’s Silver Creek Water Corp. is a textbook example of how to use innovative technology to not only save resources, but also to improve customer service. Serving a population of 20,000 in theRead More

The Hidden Link: Water Leakage, Carbon Emissions & Climate Change

The Hidden Link: Water Leakage, Carbon Emissions & Climate Change

February 21, 2024 at 1:15 pm 0 comments

| By Will Jernigan The drinking water industry plays a vital role in ensuring access to clean and safe water for communities across North America. However, beneath the surface of this essential infrastructure lies a pervasive issue that extends beyond water conservation – the connectionRead More

Company celebrates 100,000 water leaks detected

Company celebrates 100,000 water leaks detected

September 25, 2023 at 7:00 am 0 comments

A series of subsurface leaks found by Pennsylvania American Water using ASTERRA’s satellite leak detection solution represent an important milestone for the latter — the company has now detected more than 100,000 water leaks on behalf of customers worldwide. “In honoring this milestone, we recognizeRead More

Virginia Water, Wastewater System Maximizes Efficiency with Cellular Solution

Virginia Water, Wastewater System Maximizes Efficiency with Cellular Solution

June 13, 2023 at 5:32 am 0 comments

Optimizing Billing and Operations in a Large, Rural Service Area Augusta Water provides public water and sewer service to the residents of Augusta County, Va. The mostly rural service area includes 10 separate water systems spread out across the second largest county in the stateRead More

White paper examines link between water loss and carbon emissions

White paper examines link between water loss and carbon emissions

May 8, 2023 at 8:54 am 0 comments

The Leakage Emissions Initiative (LEI) has brought together a team of experts to create the white paper, Leakage Emissions Initiative: Establishing a Standard Carbon Balance for Drinking Water Utilities. The paper outlines ongoing problems caused by water loss and proposes a call to action toRead More

Calculating Leakage: Knowing Your Non-Revenue Water

Calculating Leakage: Knowing Your Non-Revenue Water

March 20, 2023 at 8:30 am 0 comments

By Arun Thankarajah Ongoing leaks can waste a lot of energy, resources, and money, especially on flat terrain where municipal pumping is required to keep the system pressurized and where water is purchased from a local municipal purveyor at retail rates. Mueller was recently hiredRead More

Non-Revenue Water Trends to Watch This Year

Non-Revenue Water Trends to Watch This Year

March 6, 2023 at 9:30 am 0 comments

By Simon Wick With another year behind us, we are excited about what innovation, collaboration and strategies are trending for non-revenue water (NRW) in 2023. However, five old industry challenges remain certain for the foreseeable future: The industry is slowly moving away from one-time surveysRead More