Reduce System Losses

Reduce non-revenue water in a comprehensive, cost-effective way

The global issue of non-revenue water (NRW) is becoming an urgent priority for our sector as water scarcity, regulation, and increasingly stringent targets call for tighter control of water from source to tap. The need for proven and cost-effective solutions to identify and mitigate sources of system loss, both real and apparent, couldn't be greater.

The Power of Decision Intelligence delivers new standards of practice that combine remote sensing, real-time continuous monitoring, the targeted use of high-resolution inspection tools, and advance analytics to reduce real and apparent losses to economic levels. In addition to these approaches, modern tools include:

Taken together, the following approaches enable a comprehensive, cost-effective strategy that can help utilities gain control of leakage with significant operational, financial and community benefits.

Modern tools include:

Real World Success Stories

Utility Reduces Apparent Water Loss and Recovers $1 Million in Revenue

Driven to improve operational efficiencies without raising rates, Clayton County, GA embraced a data-driven approach to quantify their water balance and gain a better understanding of apparent losses.

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Utility Reduces Apparent Water Loss and Plugs Revenue Loss of Over $4 Million

After becoming concerned with ongoing apparent water loss, an Orange County, CA utility used cloud-based analytics to identify meter and data handling inaccuracies and stop revenue loss.

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City Reduces Water Loss by 10% Using Leak Detection and Pressure Monitoring

To better understand the condition of their buried pipeline network and proactively address potential water loss issues, Park City, Utah utilized acoustic and transient pressure monitoring.

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Real-Time Pressure Transient Monitoring Helps Prevent Premature Asset Failure

Perplexed by unanticipated leakage within their distribution network, Tuas Power in Singapore utilized transient pressure monitoring to detect harmful transients and reduce pressure surges.

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