Smart Urban Agriculture: Is It Here to Stay?

Urban agriculture certainly isn’t new: the vegetable gardens that sprung up during World War Two in UK and US cities, for example, were an iconic part of the civilian war effort. What is somewhat surprising, perhaps, is the extent of …
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South Africa’s Water Challenges

  South Africa at a glance South Africa is about twice the size of the state of Texas, with a population of ~50 million [1]. Although its average annual rainfall is half of the annual global average rainfall (492 mm vs. …
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The Cost of Water Meter Inaccuracy

Who is Stealing Your Water? discusses the role of water theft in non-revenue water (NRW), with tips for its reduction through tamper-proof meters and effective Meter Data Management. In this blog we look at the impact of water meter inaccuracy …
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