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Aug 9 2019
Overview Located in central Florida, the city of Auburndale is a thriving and steadily growing community that boasts great spaces to live, work and…
The Water Council CEO Dean Amhaus opens the panel discussions for the Water Leaders Summit in Milwaukee.
The Water Council CEO Dean Amhaus opens the panel discussions for the Water Leaders Summit in Milwaukee.
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Jul 1 2019
The Water Council kicked off the Water Leaders Summit in Milwaukee, Wis. June 26 with morning tours of A.O. Smith Corp. and Badger Meter facilities.…
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May 14 2019
Servicing more than 3,000 residents in the Greenfield Village and Copper Creek subdivisions in northwest Houston, Texas, Harris County Utility…
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Apr 15 2019
When Chris Adcock became the executive director at the Pittsylvania County Service Authority (PCSA) in 2013, he found an aging water system. With…
From left to right: Todd Hutson, UT Supervisor, Kyle Hogue, P.E., Department Director of Public Works, Justin Praesel, UT Superintendent., DJ Johnson, Atlas Utility, Inc., Scott Kriston, Director of Public Works.
From left to right: Todd Hutson, UT Supervisor, Kyle Hogue, P.E., Department Director of Public Works, Justin Praesel, UT Superintendent., DJ Johnson, Atlas Utility, Inc., Scott Kriston, Director of Public Works.
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Mar 28 2019
After deployment of an AMI system that did not work properly, initially forcing them to manually read meters, Highland Village was in need of a new…

Badger Meter

Badger Meters is an innovator in flow measurement, control and communication solutions, serving water utilities, municipalities and commercial and industrial customers worldwide. The company’s products measure water, oil, chemicals and other fluids, and are known for accuracy, long-lasting durability and providing and communicating valuable and timely measurement data.

Contact

P.O. Box 245036

Milwaukee, WI 53224-9536

United States

Phone: 800.616.3837

Fax: 414.371.5932

http://www.badgermeter.com

[email protected]
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