GIS for Subicwater
By achieving the goal of reducing NRW by 500,000 m3/day until 2012, the level of service in the entire concession area will be substantially improved and additional 3 million people can be provided with potable water.
New Providence, Bahamas
Miya has been awarded a contract by the Water and Sewerage Corporation to maximize the efficiency of the Bahamas water systems.Within 5 years, daily savings of more than 3MG.
ITAPEVÍ Project, Brazil - Carried out by BBL
BBL, a Miya group company was contracted by SABESP, with the aim to achieve a 50% reduction in the NRW levels in Itapevi, in a period of 15 months.
By achieving the project objective, the level of service in the entire concession area will be substantially improved and an additional 3 million people can be provided with potable water.
Since the beginning of the project (2008 until 2011) NRW has been reduced from 63% to 45.3%.
Sebokeng/Evaton Area, Emfuleni, South Africa - Carried out by WRP
An area supporting about 500,000 residents was in dire need of leakage reduction due to major water losses in the municipal system and spillages of untreated sewage into local rivers.The project has been recognized as world's best practice by many international organizations
São Paulo, Brazil - Large Customer Metering Replacement
The São Paulo Metropolitan Region is the most developed area of Brazil. Industrial and large commercial customers as well as large condominium buildings represent a significant portion of SABESP's revenue base. 28% of total metered consumption and 34% of all revenues come from these large customers. Yet these very customers represent a mere 2% of its customer base. Many of the meters in this key group were significantly under-registering, costing the Company millions in unrecoverable revenues.
São Paulo, Brazil - Water Use Reduction in Public Schools
The goal of the project was to reduce long-term water consumption throughout the 671 public schools in the São Paulo Metropolitan Region by 10%.
São Paulo, Brazil - NRW Reduction Management Program
SABESP is one of the largest water and sewage service providers in the world. It services a population greater than 25 million with 7.1 million service connections.
The main goal of the program is to reducing NRW by 50%.
Total water loss in São Paulo stood at 403 liters per-connection per-day in 2009. SABESP wants to lower that to 211 liters per-connection per-day by 2019, and to reduce NRW from 26% to 13.1%.
Batam Island, Indonesia
The objective is to carry out a comprehensive assessment of ATB's (the water utility) Non-Revenue Water situation and recommend the most suitable and most cost effective NRW management strategy.
Madhya Pradesh Region, Indore, India - Carried out by WRP
Four major cities in the Madhya Pradesh Region suffered from severe water shortages and new projects were underway to augment water supplies.
Trinidad & Tobago - Carried out by Veritec
A study provided a validated water balance in an unmeasured system with intermittent supply while obtaining an understanding of unmeasured residential customer consumption.
City of Toronto, Canada - Carried out by Veritec
A comprehensive Water Loss Assessment and Leak Detection Study for the purpose of developing a detailed Water Balance for an entire system, including Non-Revenue Water.
Emfuleni Municipality, South Africa - Carried out by WRP
Non-revenue water loss in Emfuleni was estimated to be 50% and the situation had to be improved.
Khayelitsha Township, Cape Town, South Africa - Carried out by WRP
Leakage was almost three-quarters of the water supplied to the area and a major WDM intervention program was implemented.
New Providence, Bahamas - Carried out by Paul Fanner & Julian Thornton
The Bahamas Water and Sewerage Corporation sought to reduce the average daily Non-Revenue Water in the New Providence distribution system by 1 MIG per day.
Orange River Basin, South Africa - Carried out by WRP
The Orange River basin provides more than 80% of South Africa’s electrical requirements. This project was to ensure proper planning, management and operation of this system.
Dover Region, Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada - Carried out by Veritec
A 12-site sanitary sewer flow monitoring program was performed as part of a large scale sanitary sewer master study.
Regional Municipality of York, Canada - Carried out by Veritec
An eight year water loss reduction project involved a comprehensive leakage reduction program.
Rustenburg Local Municipality, South Africa - Carried out by WRP
In Rustenburg Local Municipality NRW was approximately 40% due to poor metering and billing of consumers.
Caledon Well Systems, Region of Peel, Canada - Carried out by Veritec
A comprehensive night flow analysis and a detailed study of water main leakage.
Saskatoon Saskatchewan, Canada - Carried out by Veritec
Comprehensive water loss study for the purpose of obtaining field data to calibrate the water balance.
Toronto, Canada - Carried out by Veritec
A detailed water and sewer flow study was carried out to determine if a sewer pumping station would not be able to manage increased capacity due to the construction on a large sports facility.
Peel, Ontario, Canada - Carried out by Veritec
The Region of Peel wished to implement automated inspection and remote maintenance of 14 sanitary sewer flow monitoring sites.
Western Highveld, Mpumalanga, South Africa - Carried out by WRP
The Western Highveld was characterised by no cost recovery, intermittent supply, excessive usage and wastage and limited resources.
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