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Elster wins SEWA water meter contract

Sharjah set to install over 33,000 new meters

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Sharjah is currently undertaking a metering programme to help better manage its water resources. (GETTY IMAGES)
Sharjah is currently undertaking a metering programme to help better manage its water resources. (GETTY IMAGES)

Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) has awarded Elster (headquartered in Germany) a contract to supply 33,000 of its V100 volumetric water meters, as part of SEWA’s current metering roll-out programme. The deal follows an earlier agreement, reached in November of last year, for the supply of 30,000 units for Sharjah households.

Elster says that the V100 volumetric water meter comes in a range of sizes, from 15mm to 40mm, and provides “optimum accuracy and performance”.

“Elster’s highly accurate water metering technology can support water utilities such as SEWA to effectively manage precious water resources in the Gulf region,” said Gary Vincent, regional general manager of Elster’s water metering business.
 

 

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