The Science of Precise Measurement. Master Meter is creating the future of water management.

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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 means 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

Billion-Dollar Difficulty: Los Angeles Water

18 March 2015

"About one-fifth of the city's water pipes were installed before 1931 and nearly all will reach the end of their useful lives in the next 15 years. They are responsible for close to half of all water main leaks, and replacing them is a looming, $1-billion problem for the city," the Los Angeles Times reported.

Floridans On Fence About Conserving Water

2 March 2015

Less than half of respondents said they would take action to conserve water if it meant their lawns would suffer.

Plugging Leaks And Deploying New Tech, Utilities Face Off With Water Loss

5 February 2015

Part of the problem is that many municipalities have not deployed the right technology to help them prevent water loss.

Problem For Municipalities: Water Meter Theft

29 January 2015

An employee of the Department of Water and Sewerage in Shreveport, LA, allegedly robbed the city of around $60,000 in water meters and other equipment.

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