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Water Distribution System 01: KY 1
KY 1 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 2 Tanks, 1 Pumps, 0 Pumping Stations, 0 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 215,282 feet of pipe. KY 1 provides 2.0 million gallons of water per day to its 6,400 customers at approximately $8.00 and per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 1 is estimated at 21% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 02: KY 2
KY 2 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 1 Pump, and approximately 464,036 feet of pipe. KY 2 provides 2.09 million gallons of water per day to its 5,010 customers at a rate which averages $7.02 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 2 is estimated at 9% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 03: KY 3
KY 3 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 5 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 277,022 feet of pipe. KY 3 provides 2.02 million gallons of water per day to its 2,142 customers at a rate which ranges between $4.00 and $6.45 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 3 is estimated at 10% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 04: KY 4
KY 4 is primarily a loop system in Kentucky with the following assets 4 Tanks, 2 Pumps, and approximately 854446 feet of pipe. KY 4 provides 1.51 million gallons of water per day to its 9,020 customers at a rate which ranges between $6.46 and $7.65 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 4 is estimated at 12% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 05: KY 5
KY 5 is primarily a loop system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 9 Pumps, 1 Pumping Stations, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 276150 feet of pipe. KY 5 provides 2.28 million gallons of water per day to its 2,579 customers at a rate which ranges between $5.00 and $5.54 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 5 is estimated at 7% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 06: KY 6
KY 6 is primarily a loop system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 2 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 308719 feet of pipe. KY 6 provides 1.56 million gallons of water per day to its 2,850 customers at a rate which ranges between $7.38 and $8.12 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 6 is estimated at 19% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 07: KY 7
KY 7 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 1 Pump, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 418896 feet of pipe. KY 7 provides 1.53 million gallons of water per day to its 3,479 customers at a rate which ranges between $5.10 and $8.93 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 7 is estimated at 29% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 08: KY 8
KY 8 is primarily a loop system in Kentucky with the following assets5 Tanks, 4, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 790116 feet of pipe. KY 8 provides 2.47 million gallons of water per day to its 11,712 customers at a rate which ranges between $5.88 and $7.57 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 8 is estimated at 87% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 09: KY 9
KY 9 is primarily a branch system in Kentucky with the following assets: 15 Tanks, 15 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 3136243 feet of pipe. KY 9 provides 1.38 million gallons of water per day to its 10,009 customers at a rate which ranges between $5.88 and $7.57 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 9 is estimated at 17% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 10: KY 10
KY 10 is primarily a branched system in Kentucky with the following assets: 13 Tanks, 13 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 1353879 feet of pipe. KY 10 provides 2.26 million gallons of water per day to its 9093 customers at a rate which ranges between $6.00 and $8.00 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 10 is estimated at 6% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 11: KY 11
KY 11 is primarily a branched system in Kentucky with the following assets: 28 Tanks, 21 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 1467297 feet of pipe. KY 11 provides 1.93 million gallons of water per day to its 5,330 customers at a rate which ranges between $9.00 and $12.00 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 11 is estimated at 21% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 12: KY 12
KY 12 is primarily a branched system in Kentucky with the following assets: 7 Tanks, 15 Pumps, and approximately 2104849 feet of pipe. KY 12 provides 1.38 million gallons of water per day to its 8260 customers at a rate of $6.75 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 12 is estimated at 24% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 13: KY 13
KY 13 is primarily a looped system in Kentucky with the following assets: 5 Tanks, 4 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 422432 feet of pipe. KY 13 provides 2.36 million gallons of water per day to its 5335 customers at a rate which ranges between $5.60 and $6.20 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 13 is estimated at 5% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 14: KY 14
KY 14 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 6 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 287609 feet of pipe. KY 14 provides 1.04 million gallons of water per day to its 2682 customers at a rate which ranges between $4.00 and $6.00 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 14 is estimated at 26% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 15: KY 15
KY 15 is primarily a branch system in Kentucky with the following assets: 2 Reservoirs, 8 Tanks, 13 Pumps, and approximately 1578558 feet of pipe. KY 15 provides 1.52 million gallons of water per day to its 4,424 customers at a rate which ranges between $2.85 and $5.28 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 15 is estimated at 27% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 20: Cherry Hills/Brushy Plains, New Haven, CT (Net 2)
The system description is available from the article, Modeling chlorine residuals in drinking‐water distribution systems, published in the Journal of Environmental Engineering.