Water Loss and Leak Detection News

  1. Safford, AZ Establishes Smart Utility Network With Sensus, A Xylem Brand

    Mining is a way of life in the City of Safford, Arizona. The Safford open-pit copper mine creates jobs and continued growth for the area.

  2. Remote Noise Logger Trial Pinpoints 115 Leaks

    A technology trial involving installation of 295 Enigma3m remote correlating noise loggers in a water distribution network in the State of Johor, Malaysia, has successfully cut net night flow by a third.

  3. EPM Selects TaKaDu’s Central Event Management (CEM) As Part Of Their Drive Towards Operational Excellence

    EPM, the Medellin based public utilities service company has chosen TaKaDu as their Central Event Management software provider, being the first customer for TaKaDu in Colombia.

  4. Utilis Projects Presented By Two Independent Firms Show Results Exceed Those Of Alternatives

    Two independent engineering consulting firms presented the results of projects comparing the Utilis satellite-based method for leak detection to other methods at the American Water Works Association’s ACE 2019 annual conference.

  5. SES Water Selects Echologics ePulse Technology To Assess Condition Of 273 km Of Water Mains

    Echologics, a subsidiary of Mueller Water Products, Inc., will start one of the largest water pipe condition assessment projects in Europe with SES Water this month. Following completion of a successful initial trial with SES Water in 2018, the new project includes the assessment of 273.8km (170 miles) of ageing metallic mains.

  6. Siemens And BuntPlanet To Declare A Cooperation — Reduce Water Losses, Secure Water Supply And Increase Efficiency

    Siemens and BuntPlanet have signed a sales distributorship agreement. With this agreement, the two companies provide a comprehensive portfolio on equipment, software and services offering advanced solutions for the water industry, especially for the water leakage detection.

  7. UNSW Researchers Tasked To Locate Leaks In The Sydney Water Network

    Researchers at UNSW Sydney have been selected by Sydney Water to test the capability of their patented optical technology to detect leaks, which could save billions of gallons of water annually.

  8. Utilis Invited To Present At AWWA's ACE 2019 Conference And Expo

    Utilis will present “Demystifying Satellite-Based Leak Detection,” at an invited session for AWWA’s 2019 Annual Conference and Expo (ACE), taking place June 10th -12th at the Colorado Convention Center.

  9. Florida’s Largest Public Utility Recovers One Billion Gallons Of Unaccounted For Water

    The most populous city in the southeastern United States, Jacksonville, consistently rates in the top 20 in Forbes’ annual ranking of the Best Places for Business and Careers.

  10. Aquarius To Present Its Latest Correlating Sensors For Leak Detection And Pipe Condition Assessment At AWWA ACE19

    Aquarius Spectrum is going to present its latest line of products for leak detection and pipe condition assessment during the upcoming AWWA ACE19 water event in Denver, Colorado.