Investigating water meter performance in developing countries : A case study of Kampala , Uganda

@inproceedings{Mutikanga2011InvestigatingWM,
  title={Investigating water meter performance in developing countries : A case study of Kampala , Uganda},
  author={Harrison Mutikanga and Saroj Kumar Sharma and K. Vairavamoorthy},
  year={2011}
}
High levels of water losses in distribution systems are the main challenge that water utilities in developing countries currently face. The water meter is an essential tool for both the utility and the customers to measure and monitor consumption. When metering is inefficient and coupled with low tariffs, the financial sustainability of utilities is at stake. Apparent water losses caused by metering inefficiencies can be reduced by assessing meters’ performance and identifying the main causes… CONTINUE READING

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