Date(s) - 08/22/2019
9:00 am - 4:30 pm iCal (add to your calendar)
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Lander Community & Convention Center
Running a small system can be challenging. Along with meeting regulatory obligations and satisfying customer expectations, you may have issues with aging infrastructure, lack of personnel, and limited financial resources. Furthermore, small systems often cost more to operate per capita than large systems because of economy of scale. This can further complicate operations. One strategy to address these challenges is to work with other utilities.
In this workshop, we will discuss various approaches to collaboration including:
• Informal information sharing
• Sharing personnel
• Leveraging shared purchasing power
• How to prepare your utility for knowledge or technology transfer
• The fundamentals of asset management to prepare your utility for partnership
CEUs: Approved for 6.5 hours through the Wyoming Operator Certification Program
Trainers: Hayley Haijac, Research Scientist, Southwest Environmental Finance Center, and James Markham, Research Scientist, Southwest Environmental Finance Center
Contact: Heather Stephens Jones, email@example.com
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