Continuous Improvement

Louisville Water targets big pipes after making strides in the rehab and replacement of break-prone small pipe.
Continuous Improvement
A Louisville Water Company crew works on a leaking 48-inch water main.

For a decade and a half, Louisville Water Co. invested between $8 and $10 million a year cleaning, relining or replacing old pipe responsible for scores of water main breaks that challenged the system and its customers.

Those efforts paid off in a steep reduction in wasted...

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