Water Theft: Leaks Aren’t the Only Way to Lose

Providing clean, potable water to your residents isn’t an inexpensive or simple proposition, but many residents don’t understand the process – they turn on the tap, and they have water. Perhaps it’s the naivety about the process that makes water theft plausible. Theft can do a lot of damage – for one, there is a […]

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Three Things Local Officials Should Know About Water Infrastructure

Originally published on the National League of Cities (NLC) CitiesSpeak blog. Today, local officials face a problem decades in the making: aging water infrastructure systems and the costs of repair and replacement. Much of the country’s one million miles of water lines are approaching — or have already exceeded — the end of their usable lifespan. Millions of […]

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How to Conserve Water When You’re Losing It

Three percent of water on our planet is freshwater and only 1 percent is suitable for drinking, so it’s not difficult to see that water conservation is an important issue for the planet – and one that can save utilities and their customers money. Conservation is good for the planet and your bottom line, but […]

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