West Virginia | Asset Management for Small Water Systems

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/08/2017
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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Location
Fairmont District Office (Conference Rooms A & B)

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In the current climate of increasing regulations, decreasing revenues, and aging and decaying infrastructure, an asset management approach is vital. This workshop will provide you with tools to begin the process and understand the benefits. Asset Management helps you solve problems that are important to you and your operations. For example, you may be experiencing problems related to unknown locations of meters, valves or hydrants. You may not be sure of the best asset to replace given your limited funds. Asset Management helps you make decisions about how to operate, maintain, repair, rehabilitate, and replace utility assets and maintain a desired level of service at a sustainable cost.

You will learn how to:
– Develop an Inventory of utility components
– Set goals for level of service
– Identify critical assets to sustained operations
– Address operations and maintenance, and asset replacement

This workshop is geared toward public works directors, water utility managers, operators and maintenance staff, and financial staff.

Trainers: Heather Himmelberger, Director – Southwest Environmental Finance Center

Contact: Francine Stefan, mfstefan@unm.edu

CEUs: This workshop has been submitted to the state for CEUs.

Who Should Attend:
This workshop is designed for water systems serving 10,000 or fewer people (though systems of any size may attend), especially targeting local government systems facing financial challenges. Owners of privately owned systems, consultants and technical assistance providers serving water systems are also invited to attend.

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Up to 3,300 people (about 1,000 accounts)
3,301 - 10,000 people (1,001 - 4,000 accounts)
10,001 people or above (4,001 or more accounts)
Not a water system