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Leaks and bursts: find, fix and prevent them

If you’re concerned about leaks in your water supply network – whether they’re steady, or sudden bursts – they can be addressed. Reducing leaks and non-revenue water (NRW) means happier customers and regulators, savings on wasted water, and fewer fines. … Continue reading

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Using Float Valves as Altitude Valves in InfoWater, H2ONET, or H2OMAP Water

Float valves are one valve type available to use within the InfoWater, H2ONET or H2OMAP Water software that may not be as widely used as more common valve types such as a Pressure Reducing Valves (PRVs) or a Flow Control Valves … Continue reading

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Free Webcast Tomorrow | Using Real-Time Models to Effectively Respond to Emergencies

With the recent blizzard in the Northeast US (and other extreme weather events around the world), as utility professionals we think of emergency preparedness and what tools we have available to assist in these potentially disastrous events. Imagine a decision-making … Continue reading

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