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water meter

[′wȯd·ər ‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument for measuring the amount of water passing a specified point in a piping system.

water meter

A mechanical device used to measure the volume of water passing through a pipe or outlet.
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The analysis also considers the sales of smart water meter in the Americas EMEA and APAC.
In order to identify and put to jail water meter thieves and buyers, the MCWD is offering a cash reward to those who can give information that would lead to their arrest.
It is expected to deploy 80 gateway devices and tens of thousands of intelligent water meter terminals.
Yet if you apply and can't get a water meter, you get an assessed charge - roughly an estimate of what you'd likely pay if you had one.
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Will I have to pay for a water meter? Most people have the right to have a water meter installed free of charge.
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This contract follows Macao Water's selection of Elster in May 2011 to supply up to 26,000 V100 volumetric water meters and 600 meters from Elster's bulk water meter range.
Therefore, with serious concern for our environment and survival of the planet, the Government is determined to ensure that every home has a water meter.
Folkestone and Dover Water is the first water company to have been given permission by the government to force around 65,000 households to have a water meter installed.