A Manual of DMA Practice
ISBN: 1 84057 160 8
The manual provides guidance to staff engaged in managing district meter areas (DMAs). It guides the practitioner through the stages of :
1. setting up and maintaining districts,
2 monitoring leakage,
3 selecting leak detection equipment,
4 directing leak detection staff,
5 pressure management,
6 dealing with problem DMAs,
7 using DMA data for other purposes.
The manual is intended as a guide for staff of varying experience in managing DMAs. It provides references to various techniques, but recognises the very variable circumstances across the water industry.
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