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Who is Master Meter?

Master Meter is a partner to water utilities for more than 4 decades. We are pioneers in the design, development and manufacture of precision accurate water meters used across millions of homes and businesses throughout North America. We go beyond basic measurement by giving intelligent life to these instruments.

Similar to the 'Smart Grid', our smart water meters help utilities be more proactive for their customers, act as better stewards of water resources, and help ratepayers better manage their water and drive down monthly costs.

What the Safe Drinking Water Act mean for your utility

Click to visit Master Meter's special SDWA landing page with implementation timelines, and how our products are leading the industry in lead free measurement solutions.

Water Meter News

Santa Clara district hires new water waste inspectors

9 October 2014

In California, the severity of the drought is pushing more cities to adopt stricter penalties for water waste violations and in the case of Santa Clara, officials announced $500,000 would be invested in new water waste inspectors.

Aging water infrastructures account for many breaks and leaks

30 September 2014

While cities continue to replace their broken water infrastructures, many need to upgrade their systems all together.

Severe water main break floods in Vista, California, cause damage in multiple homes

30 September 2014

After a water main broke in Vista, California, on Sept. 24, around 2 a.m., one family was evacuated from their home after severe flooding.

Slide the City event in Los Angeles canceled by city officials because of drought conditions

30 September 2014

A spokesman for the Los Angeles Department of Public Works, Paul Gomez, said the city recently had to deny the event Slide the City, which puts a 1,000-foot waterslide down Temple Street between Main and Los Angeles Street.



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