Easy to implement leakage management solutions

Leakages in water distribution cause a gigantic loss of water every day in cities all over the world. The World Bank estimates that as much as 45 million cubic meters are lost on a daily basis, enough to serve nearly 200 million people. 

With DDD you optimize your water distribution network the easy way

See how the Grundfos Demand Driven Distribution solution, known as DDD can save you millions by reducing leakage loss and cut energy costs by up to 20%. Watch our instructive video and get the full story.

Watch the video to see how a Cambodian water plant enjoys 15% energy and water savings

In the Cambodian province of Takéo, the water supply company was doing what it could with the technology it had to supply drinking water to the small city of Doun Kaev and the surrounding 45 villages of about 44,000 people. 

Making the switch to a Grundfos Demand-Driven Distribution system has transformed Takéo Safe Water Supply in Cambodia, providing its customers with water 24/7. The company no longer has problems with water waste or unnecessary maintenance and has greatly reduced its energy costs.

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Meet our leakage fighting experts

Get behind the scenes and meet our wide range of experts that will like to share their in-depth knowledge of water solutions with you. Meet Corete Schomacker for instance, one of our experts behind Demand Driven Distribution (DDD), the smart and cost-effective solution to reduce water loss.

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Demand Driven Distribution reduces leakages and cuts energy consumption by a third in explosively growing Chilean residential area

Learn how the Chilean city of Talca improved a neighbourhood’s water supply and cut energy consumption by 32 percent through Grundfos Demand Driven Distribution – a system the city is now considering in 51 other plants.

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Grundfos offers intelligent leakage management solutions that reduce water loss

Our solutions reduce the water loss by at least 20 % – and minimise the use of energy.