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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_metering

Water metering is the process of measuring water use. In many developed countries water meters are used to measure the volume of water used by residential and commercial buildings that are supplied with water by a public water supply system.

www.tucsonaz.gov/water

Tucson Water Plans, Reports, and Organizational Documents About Tucson Water Our commitment is to ensure that our customers receive high quality water and excellent service in a safe, reliable, efficient, and environmentally responsible manner.

www.fluther.com/156873/what-is-the-unit-measure-on-my-water-bill

Water meters in my neck of the woods measure “Cubic Feet” ( cf ). That converts to the 7.48 gallons per cf. That’s what you are using. So that is 13725.8 gallons per month.

deq.idaho.gov/water-quality/surface-water/water-quality-criteria/common-measures

For these reasons, it is important to protect the state's water from unnecessary warming. Idaho's temperature criteria are numeric. Turbidity. Turbidity is a measure of the clarity of the water. As measured, it is a physical property, but a primary cause of turbidity is fine sediment suspended in the water column.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conductivity_(electrolytic)

High quality deionized water has a conductivity of about 5.5 μS/m at 25 °C, typical drinking water in the range of 5–50 mS/m, while sea water about 5 S/m ... measured conductivity is a good indicator of the presence or absence of conductive ions in solution, and measurements are used extensively in many industries.

westminstersc.org/water

The City has several miles of water mains. The City has six storage tanks which hold approximately 4 million gallons in storage throughout the distribution system to maintain pressure and meet peak water demands. The Chauga River is the source of water for Westminster customers.

www.pelicanwater.com/blog/how-to-measure-water-hardness

How is water hardness measured? Most water hardness testers measure or report hard water in grains per gallon, but some laboratories use milligrams per liter, or parts per million. One part per million (PPM) is just what it says: out of one million units, one unit is a hard water mineral. Grains or a grain per gallon (GPG) is a weight ...

www.labmanager.com/.../05/resistivity-conductivity-measurement-of-purified-water

Most laboratory water purification systems contain a resistivity or conductivity meter and cell to monitor the purity level of the water. Resistivity is the reciprocal of conductivity and either may be used to inexpensively monitor the ionic purity of water. Resistivity or conductivity of water is a measure of the ability of the water to resist or conduct an electric current.

www.laverkin.org/culinary-water

Resolution R-2018-24 Culinary Water Rate Increase. During and subsequent to completion of the Master Plan (2018), the City has experienced rising costs of operation and maintenance of its water system, especially due to breaks in water lines which have quickly and repeatedly absorbed annual system repair budgets.

rivertoncity.com/departments/public_works/water/index.php

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