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Farley Water Consulting offers international water utilities and organisations advisory, monitoring and consulting services.
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Understand where water is being taken and prioritise remedial actions to minimise leakage and maximise income. Includes a 'Water Balance'.
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Knowledge and Skills Transfer, Capacity Building and Training are speciality services provided by Farley Water Consulting.
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Free downloads of manuals and articles written by Malcolm Farley and colleagues in the IWA Water Loss Specialist Group.
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Welcome to Farley Water Consulting

More than 30% of the world's drinking water is lost from urban water systems before it reaches consumers.

One of the major challenges facing a water utility is the high level of water losses both through physical or infra-structural losses and commercial losses. The losses calculated as the difference between the amount of water put into the network and the billed volume, known as NRW (Non-Revenue Water), needs to be kept at an optimal minimum for the utility to be efficient and sustainable.

Farley Water Consulting offers international water utilities and organisations specialist services for Non-Revenue Water Management - consulting, advisory, project monitoring and training services, tailored to each utility’s specific needs:

TAILORED SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS FOR COST-EFFECTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT

About Malcolm Farley

Principal Consultant, Malcolm Farley Associates

malcolm farleyMalcolm is a chartered engineer (CEng), a chartered environmentalist (CEnv), a Fellow of CIWEM (FCIWEM) and a Chartered Water and Environment Manager (C.WEM). He is a long-standing member of the International Water Association (IWA), and is Secretary of the IWA Water Loss Specialist Group (WLSG). He was made a Fellow of IWA in 2012.

Malcolm has more than 48 years of experience of working with water supply and distribution networks worldwide, working for the UK Water Research Centre (WRc) for 25 years, and, for the last 30 years of his career, specialising in water loss management and leakage control.

He left WRc in 1994 to form his own consultancy, Malcolm Farley Associates. Since then he has worked on many non-revenue water (NRW) projects with partner associates worldwide. As a consultant to international water utilities and other organizations including the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, USAID and the World Health Organisation, he specialises in managing water audits and water loss reduction strategies - and conducting training workshops - for water utilities worldwide.

In 2009 he became co-director of Watercourse Events Ltd, an events management company set up to organize and manage training workshops, seminars and conferences for disseminating water loss management, energy efficiency and water conservation issues to water utilities worldwide.

He is co-author of the IWA book - 'Losses in Water Distribution Networks' – A Practitioner’s Guide to Assessment, Monitoring and Control.

To read Malcolm's full CV, click here.

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Contracts awarded to Farley Water Consulting in 2016 and 2017

  • China: Invited by the newly formed China Water Loss Task Force to make keynote presentation at the first China Water Loss conference. Beijing, 15-16 September 2017.

  • UK: Engaged by London Business Conferences Group (LBCG) to research agenda topics, design the agenda and acquire speakers for the 9th Global Leakage Summit, to be held in London, 13-14 March 2018.

  • Kenya: Engaged by Mott MacDonald to provide short key inputs and a high level advisory role to a World Bank funded programme to address PPP and PBC options for reducing NRW in Nairobi and Mombasa water utilities.

  • Egypt: European Commission funded NRW study and assessment of NRW operational practice in 23 Egyptian water companies for the Holding Company for Water and Wastewater (HCWW). Selection of 4 water companies for pilot studies for introducing DMA management and NRW reduction strategy.