Finding New Revenue in Aging City Water Meters

February 5, 2020

Aging water meters were costing the City of Raymondville, Texas, nearly 20% of their potential revenue. With millions of dollars invested in the upgrade and build out of their water infrastructure, including new water and sewer plants, the city had to find a way to measure and bill their resource more accurately.

Watch this video to learn how the City of Raymondville, Texas, with the help of Schneider Electric, found untapped revenue in their city water meters and updated their aging infrastructure.

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