Evaluation of potable water flowmeters

Endress and Hauser Autozero 2000 : final report. by I. M. Hamilton

Publisher: Water Research Centre in Swindon

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SeriesResearch report -- FR0035
ContributionsCrowe, P. I., Maclean, E. A., Foundation for Water Research., Water Research Centre.
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Parameters related to the water and sanitation infrastructure Indicators: Access to the infrastructure (water supply and sanitation, e.g., piped water source, latrines, etc.) Families that use water from a source adequate for cooking and drinking Water systems with . Arsenic and arsenic compounds were considered by previous IARC Working Groups in , , and (IARC, , , ). Since that time, new data have become available, these have been incorported in the Monograph, and taken into consideration in the present evaluation. Water impurities can drastically alter the effectiveness of a detergent or sanitizer. Water used for food processing, cleaning and sanitizing activities must be potable (must meet Ontario Drinking Water Quality Standards, /03, under the Safe Drinking Water Act, ). Smart Output gives water utility managers the flexibility they need to network the flow meters across their distribution systems with the AMI solution of their choice. Smart Output reduces costs, calls, travel, and labor, while it increases efficiency, ensuring your data is accurate.

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