Water Loss and Leak Detection News

  1. Atlanta-Based WaterSignal Offers Water Reduction Solution To California’s Universities And Commercial Properties After Governor Issues Water Conservation Mandate

    On the heels of California Governor Jerry Brown’s statewide water restriction policy and goal to reduce consumption by 25 percent, WaterSignal announces its service expansion to California to assist those properties included in the mandate – universities and commercial properties, among others to reduce their water consumption by 14 percent.

  2. Santa Fe’s Cellular-Enabled Smart Water Meter Project Is First Of Its Kind, IHS Says

    The City of Santa Fe recently chose Badger Meter’s BEACON smart water meter solution, for full installation across all their water meter endpoints, including both residential and commercial customers.

  3. EPA Encourages Consumers To Save 1 Trillion Gallons Of Wasted Water

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense program encourages consumers to celebrate the seventh annual Fix a Leak Week, March 16-22, 2015, by finding and fixing water leaks in their homes.

  4. Deep Freeze And Impending Thaw Will Cause Pipe Breaks And Undetected Leaks Producing High Water Loss And Costly Utility Bills Predicts WaterSignal CEO

    While most of the country braces for more snow and ice, adding on to an already record breaking season; the water infrastructure is cracking below.

  5. Anglian Water Targets Leakage Reduction And Service Improvements With i2o Water Technology

    i2O Water, the smart water networks company, recently announced that it has been appointed by Anglian Water to help meet future demand for water, improve service levels and reduce its environmental impact.

  6. JD7 Live Demonstration In Pipe Line Assessment In San Diego

    JD7, a condition assessment and pinpoint leak detection solution company for pipeline infrastructure, is holding its first-ever demonstration in San Diego.

  7. Cooper City Deploys Technology To Help Customers Find Water Leaks To Save Money And Water

    Cooper City is once again investing in conservation. Three years ago, the City’s award-winning You Win ­— We All Win conservation program included rebates for toilets, alternative supplies and a competitive program that got homeowner associations to compete to see who could save the most water.

  8. New WRF Research Develops Tool To Help Utilities Fight Leakage Losses

    The Water Research Foundation, a leading sponsor of research supporting the water community, is helping water utilities better understand and control leakage in a cost-effective manner through recently completed research and the development of a new leakage analysis tool.

  9. Mueller Systems Selected By West Virginia American Water For Continuous Leak Detection Monitoring

    Mueller Systems announced its Mi.Echo™ system has been selected by West Virginia American Water to help it enhance the utility's ability to detect leaks in its distribution mains.

  10. City Of Santa Cruz Selects CapPlan Water

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced that the City of Santa Cruz Water Department, California, has selected Innovyze CapPlan Water as its drinking water infrastructure management and risk assessment solution.