Several large water districts are using our device as a part of their water conservation programs, and they have deemed that our device does not interfere with their meters (or any of their automated metering infrastructure). 

To date, the following water utilities have certified our device for use on their meters:

City of Chandler
City of Glendale
City of Tucson
Global Water Resources

California American Water - Los Angeles
California American Water - Monterey
California American Water - Sacramento
California American Water - San Diego
California American Water - Sonoma County
California American Water - Ventura
Cambria Community Services District
City of Chino Hills
City of Fontana
City of Malibu
City of San Luis Obispo
City of Santa Barbara
City of Upland
Contra Costa Water District
Desert Water Authority
East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD)
Fallbrook Public Utility District
Foothill Municipal Water District
Golden State Water - Los Osos
Goleta Water District
Helix Water District
Humboldt Community Services District
Jurupa Community Services District
Kinneloa Irrigation District
Lakeside Water District
Las Virgenes Municipal Water District
Los Osos Community Services District
Monte Vista Water District
Municipal Water District of Orange County
Montecito Water District
Nipomo Community Services District
Rainbow Municipal Water District
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Santa Margarita Water District
Solano County Water Agency
Sweetwater Authority
Ventura River Water District

Genesee Water & Sanitation District

City of Cape Coral

City of Henderson
City of Laughlin
Las Vegas Valley Water District
Southern Nevada Water Authority

Cash Water Special Utilities District
City of Round Rock
San Antonio Water System (SAWS)

City of Bellevue
City of Spokane

City of Madison

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