Drinking water is a precious resource. Important efforts are made to implement drinking water protection zones in Luxembourg and the communes and municipal syndicates are updating the inventories of their drinking water infrastructures through the “dossiers techniques”. Rising water prices due to the introduction of the European polluter-consumer-pays principle should, however, also encourage the communes and water syndicates to review the management procedures of their drinking water networks, as important savings can be achieved through advanced control. Though larger cities in Luxembourg have high-tech supervision and data management systems, many urban water systems are operated with basic or no control. Thanks to the project MoGREPo – „Management Model of Drinking Water Networks“, CRP Henri Tudor offers an advanced control approach to optimize the management of Water Distribution Networks (WDNs) also for smaller. A first „made-to-measure“ pilot system is currently being installed in the commune of Wormeldange.