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White Paper

Next Generation Smart Water: Non-Revenue Water Reduction

A look at new technology and skills required to meet the challenge of reducing non-revenue water

Water utilities around the world face the challenge of finding the right balance between investing to develop natural water resources (e.g. new water reservoirs, dams and aquifer boreholes) or investing to ensure the most efficient use of labour, finance, equipment and technologies needed to manage the water network more effectively.

Both excessive consumption and excessive leakage have a negative impact on a country’s citizens and its economic sectors, including agriculture, tourism, industry, energy and transport, and so managing water as efficiently as possible is increasingly seen as a national priority.

This white paper discusses the new technology and skills required to meet the challenge of reducing non-revenue water.

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