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February 2013
The scenario is all too familiar: A utility has upgraded its water management system to automatic meter reading or advanced metering infrastructure, investing millions of dollars to be able to collect data from water meters—data that can help it...
In the summer of 2011, with a statewide drought in its second year, Colby, Kan., began looking to reduce the more than 100 million gal of water lost annually from leaks in its aging transmission system.  City leaders were considering raising water...
As research continues to shed light on disinfection byproducts (DBPs), regulatory limits are tightening. Here Leo P. Zappa, director, municipal water market, for Calgon Carbon Corp., discusses how to achieve compliance. Neda Simeonova: What are some of...

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Raleigh, N.C., has added a small increase to water bills as a permanent watershed protection fee. Do you agree with this idea?: