Tag Archives: water loss

Looking for Leaks

In an earlier blog, I mentioned that nonrevenue water is the difference between the volume of water supplied to a system and the volume that is billed to its customers. This can also serve as a form of waste, as … Continue reading

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Calculating Non-Revenue Water Using Volume Measurements

Non-revenue water, or unaccounted-for water, is water that is not billed and no payment is received.  Non-revenue water can cause large inefficiencies that result in a utility losing a significant amount of money over time. Utilities can conduct a water … Continue reading

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Fighting the Nonrevenue Water Monster

Nonrevenue water is the difference between the volume of water supplied to a system and the volume that is billed to its customers. There are many factors that can contribute to this volume difference. This includes, but is not limited … Continue reading

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Water Loss

As the demand for water continues to grow in our country, water loss is something that all facilities should evaluate and strive to improve. The amount of water loss experienced by facilities throughout the state of Kentucky varies immensely. In … Continue reading

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