Arlington Heights, IL Initiates Leak Detection Program to Save Half Million Gallons of Water Daily

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Arlington Heights, IL – The Village of Arlington Heights announced it will commence an extensive annual leak detection program aimed at enhancing the efficiency of its water distribution system. This initiative, in collaboration with Consulting Engineering Inc., aims to identify and repair potential leaks throughout the village to mitigate water loss. The detection process uses advanced electronic methods to measure and analyze sound waves between monitoring points, pinpointing the location of leaks.

According to village officials, once leaks are identified, Public Works staff will undertake repairs. This could potentially save the village over 500,000 gallons of water daily. The program will start in the northern parts of Arlington Heights and gradually cover the southern areas, ensuring a comprehensive assessment of the entire water system.

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