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EARTHCHECK RESEARCH INSTITUTE FACT SHEET 5: Leaks and Water Monitoring

By EarthCheck Research Institute
EARTHCHECK RESEARCH INSTITUTE FACT SHEET 5: Leaks and Water Monitoring
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Water leaks are an inevitable operation experience and can affect building structures and services, be a health and safety concern, and detract from guest amenity. This fact sheet outlines how to create a proactive Leaks Maintenance and Detection Program that will usually pay for itself in reduced water production costs, additional pumping costs because of pressure drops in the pipe work, and reduced future repair costs.
Water leaks are an inevitable operation experience and can affect building structures and services, be a health and safety concern, and detract from guest amenity. This fact sheet outlines how to create a proactive Leaks Maintenance and Detection Program that will usually pay for itself in reduced water production costs, additional pumping costs because of pressure drops in the pipe work, and reduced future repair costs. Reduce

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