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At The Water Works & Sewer Board of the City of Prichard, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI)

December 10, 2020

Beginning in the Fall of 2021, The Water Works & Sewer Board of The City of Prichard will upgrade its water meter infrastructure and meter reading technology to a new, automated Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI).

Old meters that have traditionally been read manually every month will be replaced to communicate water usage data automatically using radio transmitters. These new meters will eliminate the need for usage estimates.

A basic FAQ about the project is below and more information will become available as the details are confirmed:

 

Who will install the AMI meters?

After completing a competitive Request for Proposals process, the Board contracted with Core & Main, to...

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When Every Drop Counts!

When Every Drop Counts!

October 01, 2021

Have you hugged a Water Operator Today?

The modern plumbing system is considered one of the greatest innovations of the 19th century. In fact, plumbing dates back to the Greeks and Romans, but luckily has significantly evolved since the olden days.

It's easy to take for granted how lucky we are to have access to fresh, clean water at the turn of a tap. It’s especially amazing considering that available fresh water only accounts for approximately 2% of all water resources.

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