Water Loss Control


Water loss control represents the efforts of water utilities to provide accountability in their operation by reliably auditing their water supplies and implementing controls to minimize system losses. Log in to access the Water Audit Software.

Control Water Loss in Your Distribution System

Taking measures to minimize water loss is a component of optimized distribution system operation. Key factors that help utilities control water loss include metering, water audits, hydraulic data collection, and leak detection. ...Read More

Promoting Effective Water Loss Control

Although North American water utilities have a solid track record of protecting public health by delivering high-quality water, today's water suppliers need to ensure a sustainable quantity of water. Water supplies in many parts of North America are greatly stressed by limited water resources and burgeoning population. ...Read More

How can we better track our water?

Question - Because our area expects another drought, my utility is trying to conserve water. I've been asked to calculate how much 'loss' water is billable and to find ways to conserve, but I don’t know where to start. can you point me in the right direction? ...Read More

How Often Should Residential Water Meter Be Replaced?

Diminishing potable water supplies, increasing regulatory restraints, and conservation initiatives have prompted utilities to evaluate and implement the use of alternative water supply sources. One Florida utility implemented a concentrate zero liquid discharge process to achieve water recovery through concentrate treatment. ...Read More

Sound Practice Exploring Options for Pipe Location and Leak Detection

North American water utilities increasingly are mandating water audits and other initiatives to improve water supply efficiency. But before selecting the best water loss reduction strategy, a utility must understand the nature and extent of its losses. Numerous technologies are available to assist with an active leakage management program. ...Read More