Tag: Project H2O
September 25, 2013 10:48 AM
The stories keep coming in – the landlord who found a broken showerhead spewing water in an unoccupied apartment; the man with a silently running toilet; the couple unaware that a burst hose was gushing in their yard. "They normally say, 'It's impossible. There's no way for that much water … [read more]
Label: Our People
Tags: conservation, customer service, Madison Water Utility, Project H2O
December 5, 2013 11:54 AM
"I can't believe how much water is in this house!" They're known among Madison Water Utility inspectors simply as "flooded houses" – homes with collapsed ceilings and peeling drywall, water pouring out from under doors, thick ice on the insides of windows. Water Utility service … [read more]
Label: Serving the Community
Tags: flooded houses, frozen pipes, Madison Water Utility, Project H2O, winterization
January 29, 2014 2:41 PM
Out of the dark ages In 2010, Madison Water Utility had a decision to make. The device it had been using for decades to record water use inside Madison homes was about to become obsolete. "They were going to quit manufacturing our Read-o-Matic system that was first introduced in … [read more]
Tags: conservation, customer service, Project H2O, sustainability
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