Whether it was a direct result of recent concerns about wireless water meters; the Madison Water Utility along with our Project H2O contractor, Corix Utilities, will have an informational table at the Dane County Farmer’s Market on the Capitol Square this Saturday November, 10th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
“Our intention is to share factual information about the on-going Project H2O and answer any questions or concerns customers may have,” the utility said in an email to neighborhood associations.
Recently, the Utility rolled out an opt-out plan for those who don’t want the wireless water meters installed inside or outside their homes.
Project H2O is an upgrade to an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), which allows for wireless communication between the utility and the water meter. Anyone interested in hearing more about the many benefits this system upgrade offers is invited to stop by and learn more. Likewise, anyone with questions or concerns is also invited to come by and have their concerns addressed by both Corix and Utility staff.
The utility encourages all customers and concerned citizens to visit their website for more information.