Assessing UFW and Variable Water Rate Impacts, Use And Loss Metrics in a Declining Water Consumption Environment

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Water utilities in North America have recently experienced significant downturns in water consumption arising, in large measure, from the economic slowdown and the effectiveness of water efficiency strategies implemented over the last few of years. The information presented in this study of water production, use and loss trends in Ontario Canada, is likely characteristic of many other countries that have experienced a similar recent economic downturn affecting water use. Other influencing factors include behavioural changes arising from water conservation initiatives, and reduced water losses resulting from asset replacement or active leak control loss reductions.

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