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Leakage

May 24

Overview:

Leakage of water from the distribution network continues to challenge the water industry. Water companies are focussed on managing leakage to levels that are acceptable to customers and justifiable on economic grounds. The industry is also concerned about the long term resilience of water supply, and see the need for lower levels of leakage to improve resilience. At the same time, many water companies have incentivised targets to reduce leakage further.

Therefore, there is a need for reliable and accurate measurement of leakage in the distribution system; from the point of abstraction, through the treatment process, and up to the customers’ stop tap. Improved measurements are needed in terms of quantifying leakage in different areas, accurately pinpointing leakage in the network, and prioritising leakage repairs.

Sensors, measurement systems and data analytics play an important part in managing and reducing leakage. This workshop will bring together water companies, researchers and the supply chain to explore how new technologies and systems can help to reduce leakage and save water.

Chaired by: Dene Marshallsay, Artesia Consulting

Kindly hosted by: NEL, East Kilbride near Glasgow

Presentations can be downloaded in pdf format from the links below:
  1. Event Recognition System for Smart Monitoring of Water Distribution Systems at United Utilities. Michele Romano, United Utilities
  2. Analytical techniques for leakage. Dene Marshallsay, Artesia Consulting
  3. Developments in network monitoring and leakage identification Brendan Robson, NEL
  4. A customer facing monitoring system to identify leaks. Andy Smedley, Demeter Ltd
  5. An alternative to metering for assessing customer consumption and estimating customer-side losses. Steve Tooms, Invenio Systems
  6. “Smart” MeteringJon Davison, ABB
  7. A data focused approach. Ross Carter, Ove Arup [awaiting permission to publish]

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Date:
May 24
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SWIG

Venue

NEL
Glasgow, G75 0QF United Kingdom + Google Map