For the third year in a row, December 4 is marked as World Water Loss Day, which pays special attention to this problem.
The level of non-revenue water in Southeast Europe averages 55%. Such a high percentage of non-revenue water seriously affects the financial sustainability of public utility / water utilities (PUCs) due to lost revenues as well as increased operating costs.
Through an integrated approach to this issue, Una Consulting has built itself as a leading company in the country and the region that provides a full range of consulting services including network mapping and establishment of GIS / AutoCad database, zoning of the entire water supply network - establishment of measurement zones. DMA / PMA zone, implementation of measurement programs, development of calibrated hydraulic models for detailed analysis and planning of water supply systems, fault detection, development and interpretation of water balance, development of action plans for non-revenue water management, etc. Our approach is based on conducting theoretical and practical training, providing on-the-job support as well as classical fault detection that PUCs cannot detect on their own.
Given the importance and scope of this problem, we continue to work on activities because improved management of non-revenue water leads to reduced costs and financial savings resulting in better PUC operations and greater sustainability of water supply services.