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Next Generation Smart Water: Your Solution to Global Water Challenges

The global directive to reduce Co2 emissions by 2020 is a clear call to water utilities to implement a smart water network

The climate changes sweeping across the globe put untold pressure on water networks at both extremes; some areas are water stressed and others are prone to increased rainfall and flooding which take their toll on the amount of infrastructure needed to address the problem. The excess water requires treatment and pumping which exponentially increases the amount of energy used by the utility – and this in hand drives Co2 emissions up.

Even by implementing sub-optimal pressure management, the energy used would be decreased, lowering Co2 emissions and even bringing in 15% savings for the utility in operational costs.

The global directive to reduce Co2 emissions by 2020 is a clear call to water utilities to implement a smart water network: this white paper discusses the benefits of just that.

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