System Optimization

Operational, tactical, strategic for the management of the drinking water network in the appropriate income-expenditure balance; support and services

Water Audit

Many Drinking Water Utility has significant inefficiencies in terms of water and income loss.

While the world is struggling with a growing population and a limited amount of water dilemma, these inefficiencies need to be brought to a reasonable level of control.

For water management, we provide water control service to control accountability and losses

  • Assessing the efficiency of water distribution system and water accounting applications
  • Determination of commercial (non-physical) losses, detection of real (physical) losses and their effects
  • Verification of measurement quality by measuring all water resources, consumption and losses
  • Control of visible losses in metering and billing processes and creation of a roadmap for undone revenues
  • Establishing an income-free water and pressure management program to control physical losses and protect water resources
  • Planning to bring together appropriate resources, information and equipment to start and maintain the accountability and loss control program
  • We provide our customers with short term and long term target setting services for the loss control program.

Performance Analysis

The IWA / AWWA Water Inspection Method, published as Performance Indicators for Water Supply Services (2000), has been approved by the AWWA Water Loss Control Committee.

Conventional measures for assessing and comparing the technical management performance of water loss distribution systems often confuse rather than rational comparisons rather than help.

Between 1995 and 2000, I. IWA Water Loss Task Force examined traditional performance indicators for loss in water supply systems and found that traditional performance indicators insufficient for non-revenue Water and components (per network, per network, per service, per property) .

Accordingly, the Task Force developed the Infrastructure Leakage Index (ILI) (1999M) to compare the performance of the Real Losses management between networks with different system characteristics (network length, number of service connections, counter position, average pressure).

Currently, at least 6 different traditional and new performance indicators are used in different countries; each has certain strengths and / or weaknesses that make them "fit for purpose" for certain purposes and "inappropriate" for other situations.

In 2011, the Apparent Loss Expert Group's Apparent Loss Team advised the use of the Apparent Loss Index (ALI) (equivalent to ILI for Commercial Losses).

We identify the performance indicators, which the ones that are appropriate for your system. And we use this for to analys your system.

Pressure Management

The impact of the pressure drop on the background leaks has been well known since the mid-1990s.

FAVAD N1 is about 1.5, so a 10% reduction in average pressure provides a 15% reduction in background leakage.

With pressure regulation, the frequency of occurrence of new background leaks can also be reduced, and the drops in background leaks can be even greater than predicted using leaking flow rates alone.

We will perform general pressure measurement at different points in your system. We'll build up the pressure management strategy after the analysis of the measurements. This will be cause prevent water losses and recurrence.