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21 October 2020
Shutting off water in a pandemic? With the right tech, we shouldn’t have to.


Digging up streets and laying new pipes is expensive. According to a 2020 Bluefield Research report, “The most significant rate increases are often in response to specific capital investment needs.” Instead, by using advanced technologies to optimize their networks and predict pipe breakages or sewer overflows, utilities can drive down costs, making water more affordable. More at Smart Cities Dive »
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