Naperville’s water utility will soon be equipped with new technology poised to save the city resources and, in turn, customers money.

The Naperville City Council has OK’d the procurement of hundreds of sensors that, once installed, will help the water utility detect system leaks faster and with more accuracy than current infrastructure allows, staff say.

The city plans to start piloting the technology this summer.

According to Darrell Blenniss, director of Naperville’s water utility, the sensors will “save the city in the long run.”

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