Tag: leaks

A leak is a way (usually an opening) for fluid to escape a container or fluid-containing system, such as a tank or a ship’s hull, through which the contents of the container can escape or outside matter can enter the container. Leaks are usually unintended and therefore undesired. The word leak usually refers to a gradual loss; a sudden loss is usually called a spill.

Successful Water Leak Detection and Audit Methods

Successful Water Leak Detection and Audit Methods

Every drop of clean water is precious. Unfortunately, 30–50% of water is lost through aging infrastructure. And lost water equals lost revenue to the water service supplier. Water is lost through leaks and cracks in pipes and their fit­tings. Since most infrastructure is underground, it is virtually impossible to visually

Water Pipe Restoration

Water Pipe Restoration

More than a million miles of underground pipes carry water to our homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses. These pipes last a long time, but pipes placed during the late 19th century through the middle of the 20th century are nearing—or have already reached—the end of their useful life.

Itron Awarded Contract with Cairns Regional Council for Smart Water Program Australian Council to Use OpenWay® Riva IoT Solution to Conserve Water and Limit Waste

Itron Awarded Contract with Cairns Regional Council for Smart Water Program Australian Council to Use OpenWay® Riva IoT Solution to Conserve Water and Limit Waste

Itron, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITRI), a world-leading technology and services company dedicated to the resourceful use of energy and water, and the Cairns Regional Council (CRC) in Australia’s Far North Queensland announced today that they have entered into a contract to modernize CRC’s water distribution system with Itron’s OpenWay Riva IoT

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With over 57 years of experience, Permastore is the global market leader in modular, bolted Glass-Fused-to-Steel and Fusion-Bonded Epoxy tanks and silos for the municipal, industrial, and agricultural environments worldwide. Permastore has supplied over 300,000 structures in over 110 countries.

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Project Profile: Bulls Bridge Penstock Replacement

Project Profile: Bulls Bridge Penstock Replacement

IN THE EARLY 1900S, the New Milford Power Company successfully completed the first commercially viable hydroelectric power plant on the Housatonic River in Connecticut. The project, Bulls Bridge Development, broke ground in the spring of 1902 and was in operation by 1903. Bulls Bridge was named after the Bull family

AMI + Data Management

AMI + Data Management

When it comes to water utilities managing data from AMI, “everything is evolving around analytics within the industry,” points out John Fillinger, director of utility marketing for Badger Meter.

Radical Rehab

Radical Rehab

More than a million miles of underground pipes carry water to our homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses. These pipes last a long time, but pipes placed during the late 19th century through the middle of the 20th century are nearing—or have already reached—the end of their useful life.

Swimming in Profits, Not Drowning in Losses

Swimming in Profits, Not Drowning in Losses

Every drop of clean water is precious. Unfortunately, 30–50% of water is lost through aging infrastructure. And lost water equals lost revenue to the water service supplier. Water is lost through leaks and cracks in pipes and their fit­tings. Since most infrastructure is underground, it is virtually impossible to visually

How to Nix Non-Revenue Water With Acoustic Leak Detection

How to Nix Non-Revenue Water With Acoustic Leak Detection

Providence Water, the public water utility based in the city of Providence, RI, is no small operation. The utility serves more than 17 cities and towns, providing more than 60% of the state’s drinking water. The utility relies on more than 950 miles of piping to deliver this water.

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