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Leakage Management

Almost two trillion gallons of water per year are lost to leaks, about 15% of the total drinking water treated in the U.S.
Leakage management has emerged as a major priority for water utilities looking to reduce the impacts of non-revenue water on scaling capital and operating expenditures. Mitigating the problem, however, is proving to be a significant challenge.
Eric Bindler, Research Director

Bluefield Perspective

Leaks Remain a Huge Problem for the Water Industry: Is Innovation Changing the Game?




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