Date(s) - 08/04/2020
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm iCal (add to your calendar)
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Much of the drinking water infrastructure—treatment plants, pumps and pipes—is coming to the end of its useful life. Assets need to be repaired or replaced before they fail. Asset Management is a process or program that allows water system managers and operators to take stock of its assets and plan for their eventual replacement or repair. It is an essential best management practice for all water systems. Implementing an Asset Management plan also provides additional incentives when applying for subsidized funding for capital projects in North Carolina. This webinar will introduce the basics of Asset Management and capital planning for small water systems serving fewer than 10,000 people in North Carolina.
Intended audience: Managers and operators who are in charge of water systems in North Carolina serving fewer than 10,000 people. Elected/appointed officials, technical assistance providers, and/or consultants who assist small water systems are also invited. This webinar is ideal for those who are new to asset management, or for those who are seeking a refresher of the basics.
Presenter: Shadi Eskaf, Research Director, EFC at UNC
Please Note: You must register and attend individually. We cannot provide certificates to individuals watching the webinar as a group.
If you require a certificate:
– Each viewer must register and attend individually, and participate for the entire duration of the webinar
-You must abide by the 100% attendance policy for NC water operator certification.
-You must log in to the webinar on a device where you can see the presentation and participate in polls; calling in via phone WITHOUT logging in to view the presentation will not be sufficient.
– Group rosters will not be accepted
EFCN will provide attendees that meet these requirements with a certificate of attendance. EFCN will also supply a roster to the NC water operator certification program within 10 days of the broadcast.
We recommend that you check with your licensing agency to learn about its criteria, rules, and what you need to do in order to receive credit for your attendance. It is your responsibility to verify this information with your licensing agency.