Turning To The Skies To Tackle Water Loss


As aging pipes continue to deteriorate, non-revenue water is growing into a pretty staggering challenge for the water utility industry. Many municipalities try to tackle the problem by walking the many miles of their drinking water distribution lines with leak detectors. However, an advanced solution is emerging that can pinpoint these leaks from the skies. In this Water Talk interview, James Perry, vice president of business development for Utilis Corp., discussed new technology that searches for leaks using a remote sensing device on a satellite 400 miles above the earth.

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