A Comparison of Leakage Practice and Leakage Levels in the UK and Netherlands...
ISBN: 1 84057 405 4
This is a collaboration between the water industries of the UK and the Netherlands. It explored the differences in leakage levels and leakage control policies between the two countries and identified a number of physical factors which account for the differences in leakage. Three UK leakage detection teams went to Holland to evaluate UK leak detection techniques in the Dutch networks. The study showed that the 'top-down' leakage analysis method at DMA level is feasible, but only where a majority of the properties are metered. In these DMAs the method could be applied to routinely validate the 'bottom-up method'.
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