Manage successful Lead Service Line Inventory & Replacement programs with a solution that streamlines inventory data, work orders, and progress reporting.
Proposed changes to the Lead and Copper Rule require water systems to conduct and maintain location-based LSL inventories as well as develop LSL plan replacement goals. Identifying LSLs is a multi-billion dollar issue – many systems don’t have accurate records of where LSLs (both public and private) are located, and insufficient tools to conduct thorough inventories.
Bring confidence to your program and avoid expensive digs based on unreliable data. Strategically use what you know about LSLs today to prioritize and track inventory work, centralize all key data, and visualize LSLs. Seamlessly tie in your service line inventory with 120Water’s program management functions to execute replacement programs in one central system.
With 120Water’s LSL Probability Finder™, water utilities and related agencies can quantify the effort and resources they will need to tackle drinking water infrastructure challenges.
A lot goes into a service line inventory – GIS, historical paper data, customer information, and demographic information. Our software centralizes all that key data, keeping critical components together so that you can manage successful replacement programs.
Tie your service line inventory data in with our work order and program management workflows. Get all of the functionality you need to execute your programs in one central place while eliminating manual excel spreadsheets.
Replacement programs will soon require pre-replacement sampling, post-sampling, and even pitcher filtering components. 120Water enables you to manage and monitor the entire process with the click of a button.
You’ll need a quick and easy way to get a full picture of your LSL Program. Choose between our easy-to-use GIS or integrating with your existing system to provide a visual view of customers and service line connections so that you can see your progress at a glance.
Denver partnered with 120Water to distribute 150,000 pitcher/filters and 1.2 million replacement filters over a 3 year period. In addition to the filters, residents will receive testing kits from 120Water, and all data will be loaded into 120Water’s digital platform. The sweeping program aims to replace all Lead Service Lines in Denver over the next 15 years.
120Water’s Lead Service Line Probability Finder will help utilities and government water-management programs take the expensive guesswork out of locating lead in aging drinking water infrastructure.Read More
On a recent webinar, Mike McGill (President, WaterPIO), Alan Roberson (Executive Director, ASDWA) and Erica Walker (Director of Environmental Policy & Programs, 120Water) provided responses to the following questions about LCR revisions.Read More
The first episode of our podcast is about the search for lead pipes in American drinking water systems and a group of bright children in Detroit who built a robot to help the city more efficiently locate lead service lines in their neighborhoods.Read More