Sydney Water trial ground breaking technology to save water | 7NEWS

Sydney water trial ground breaking technology to save water | 7news

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A trial of ground breaking technology is set to saving billions of litres of water and help rate payers save millions Sydney Water is rolling out a tiny device that can detect faults before they become a problem.

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