Join Flume, the company that brings connectivity and intelligence to residential water usage, as we share key water data insights from the first quarter of 2021. The Flume Household Water Use Index shows water use is still elevated as a result of the COVID pandemic. This webcast will dig deep into this data, explore trends in national water use, and analyze indoor and outdoor trends in the 15 most populous metropolitan service areas (MSA’s) in the United States.
Highlighted MSA’s will include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Washington DC, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Phoenix, Boston, San Francisco Bay Area, Riverside, Detroit, and Seattle.
WHAT WE’LL COVER:
Year over Year and Month over Month Water Use Trends
Water Use Statistics for the 15 most Populous Metro Areas
The Effect of COVID on Indoor Water Use through Q1-2021
- Peter Mayer, Founder, WaterDM
- Joe Fazio, VP of Data Insights, Flume
- Sarah Musiker, Director of Utility Programs, Flume
Across the United States, utilities are facing a number of water management challenges, including changing water conditions, new water policies, and future planning needs. At Flume, we are using 5-second reads on water meters to access granular insights and real-time water data to arm utilities across the nation with the information they need to act.
Join us as we explore never before seen national water usage insights and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on GPCD in 2020 and 2021.