After installing LeakNet and being alerted of a leak, the warehouse manager found there was a faulty toilet cistern, consuming 6,000 litres per day.

We can see the exact time this was fixed in the graph showing the consumption on 24th July.


The warehouse saved £5,300 per year in water bills!

So the problem had been revealed, no need to keep monitoring right?

However, a month later, a new leak appeared. The average flow rate when the site was closed was 4,800 litres per day.


This consumption equates to an unbudgeted cost of roughly £4,200 per year.


Continuous monitoring, coupled with automated alerts, is by far the best way to spot problems, minimise waste and keep bills low. Have you got an effective monitoring solution in place?

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