No Valve Left Behind

A Tennessee utility’s proactive valve maintenance program quickly pays dividends in reduced manual labor, reduced leakage, and better asset data

The water distribution crew at the Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County, Tenn., is starting to sleep a little easier these nights.


That’s because they’ve launched a comprehensive maintenance program to locate, identify, clean, and exercise over 16,000 valves...

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