State-Level Water Loss Laws in the United States

March 1, 2019
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This report focuses exclusively on the water loss portion of the 2017 Water Efficiency and Conservation State Scorecard: An Assessment of Laws. All 50 states were ranked based on state laws promoting water loss control. These ranks are displayed in a map, indicating which states have strong water loss control laws and where there is opportunity for improvement. Different topic areas within water loss control are described, including state funding for M36-compliant technical assistance, audit requirements, and leak detection and correction requirements.

AWE has also created an interactive map to view individual state rankings and water loss control information. To use the interactive map, click here.

This report was featured in AWE's 2017 Water Efficiency and Conservation State Scorecard Webinar, whiuch can be viewed here.