Leak Detection Is Just a Piece of the Pieby John P. Sullivan, Boston Water & Sewer Commission, Boston, MA, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Boston's Water Resource Development: Past, Present, and Future
Abstract: This paper emphasizes that leak detection is part of the proper management techniques that must be used to control unaccounted-for water. In order to effectively understand the pieces that make up unaccounted-for water, an audit of water use must be undertaken. The Boston Water and Sewer Commission has been working in this direction. A water audit requires the following minimum basic elements: testing and calibrating of master meters; district or zone measurements; subsequent leak detection surveys as required; testing of large industrial meters; and random testing of small domestic meters.
Subject Headings: Water resources | Leakage | Water meters | Resource management | Calibration | Audits | Industries | Boston | North America | Massachusetts | United States
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