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Water Resources Research Institute

Water Resources Research Institute
of the University of North Carolina System

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Upcoming Events

improving water efficiency, loss control and your bottom line with awwa m36 methodology

January 14, 2014
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Midlands Technical College
Columbia, SC

Registration

Cost: $85 (for each full registration, a second registrant from the SAME UTILITY may register at a discounted rate of $70)

To register, download a registration form (see page 2) (Download Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this document)

About the Program

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Best-practices for Water Auditing and Loss Control, as developed by the American Water Works Association, are beginning to take hold among water systems in the Southeast and across the nation.  Water Auditing and Loss Control programs are the most effective ways for a utility to conserve water, save operating expenses, and increase revenues.  To this end, the AWWA Water Loss Control Committee has made available a free software application as a useful and easy way for utilities to compile a basic, preliminary audit of water supply and billing operations, and begin to measure key performance indicators for water system efficiency. Join us on January 14, 2014 to learn how to use the software, to gain a thorough understanding of the data inputs and data validity, and to understand software outputs and how to apply them to your utility. Participants will benefit from team work, paper exercises, computer work, and a small amount of lecture, and will learn using real data from their own utility.

Who Should Attend

Drinking Water and Waste Water Utility Directors and Staff, Local and State Government Departments and Agencies.

Continuing Education

Approval is pending for 5.5 credits for Water & Wastewater Operators by the SC Board of Environmental Certification and for 5.5 credits for by the Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Surveyors.

Sponsored By

Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina, Cavanaugh & Associates, and the SC Water Resources Center with additional support from American Water Works Assocation Water Loss Control Committee, and Midlands Technical College

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