Alaska | Helping Water Systems Help Themselves

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/01/2015
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Location
Kenai River Center

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For public works directors, water utility managers, operators, and finance staff:
This workshop focused on the topics of asset management, water system collaboration, and water loss to help attendees better manage their small water system and solve problems.

Asset Management:
Attendees learned the best way to spend their limited dollars to achieve the maximum impact, and make data driven decisions about how to operate, maintain, repair, rehabilitate, and replace your assets.

Water System Collaboration:
A variety of partnership models were presented, with a focus on specific collaborations neighboring systems can establish to become more cost effective, more compliant, more reliable, and more efficient.

Water Loss to Control Costs:
Attendees learned the different components of the water balance equation, how to perform a water audit, and how to address non-revenue water including apparent losses and real losses (leakage).

This workshop was submitted to the state for continuing education credits.

Partner:
Alaska Department of Environmental
Conservation – Drinking Water Program