Old pipeline networks need new innovations
Pure Technologies helps municipal water and wastewater service providers face the major challenges of managing their aging pipeline infrastructure.
Innovative solutions that save time, money and conserve your water resources
Many municipal pipeline networks were installed decades ago. These networks supply our communities with clean drinking water and sanitation, allowing them to flourish, however many of these pipeline networks are reaching the end of their intended design life.
Historically, proactive utilities have managed these networks using several factors for renewal, most notably age, failure history, and desktop evaluation.
At Pure Technologies, we believe there is a better way.
Our approach is to help utilities evaluate the current state of their buried infrastructure and provide them with high confidence condition and operating data. We then couple this with our years of extensive experience and project history to provide utilities with actionable information.
By helping utilities incorporate high confidence condition data in their asset renewal plans, operators are preventing pipe failures, reducing water loss, providing safe delivery of wastewater, and making informed capital decisions to extend the remaining useful life of their water networks.
Protecting our water supply one leak at a time
Roughly US$14 billion in clean, non-revenue water is lost every year due to leaks and water main failures that could have been prevented.
Non-revenue water is defined as water that is produced for consumption but is lost before it reaches the customer. If the loss of non-revenue water could be cut by half, an estimated US$2.9 billion could be generated and an additional 90 million people could have access to water.