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"These complex negotiations involved California, Nevada, the federal government, and the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, and led to a plan designed to manage the Truckee River resource more responsibly," Erwin explained. "Right now, about 36,000 currently flat-rate residences are slated for new meters and we're putting in all BadgerŽ products."

Homes in the TMWA area generally do not have basements, so meters are housed in curbside pits.

Occasional below-freezing temperatures require meters and associated equipment and piping to be placed at least three feet below grade to be under the frost line. "It's a huge job," Erwin said.

Erwin also pointed out that existing meters older than 10 years were being replaced. "Some of these old, non-Badger meters are registering so poorly, we think we'll increase revenues by about $250,000 per year just by installing new Badger meters."






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