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Leak Detection: Technology and Implementation

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Leak Detection: Technology and Implementation
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Publisher: IWA Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 1780404700
Number of pages: 106

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Ageing infrastructure and declining water resources are major concerns with a growing global population. Controlling water loss has therefore become a priority for water utilities around the world. In order to improve efficiencies, water utilities need to apply good practices in leak detection.

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