Waste Not, Want Not

Water distribution systems operate under high pressure to ensure that water supply reaches the entire distribution network. Pressurized systems are inherently leak-prone. The magnitude of leaks within a distribution system depends on several factors such as pipe material, size, age, installed depth,...

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