Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

 

Water Asset Management Conference Online May Series

Wednesday, May 2, 9, 16, 23 of 2018

water asset management conferenceThis 2018 Water Asset Management Conference will be hosted entirely in an online format, allowing attendees the flexibility to log in to view single presentations or multiple, all without leaving the office. The best part? Registration is FREE for all attendees! This online series is geared toward executive-level decision makers of water, wastewater and stormwater utilities – CEOs, CFOs, directors, general managers, superintendents and asset management professionals – as well as engineers and consultants.

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Missed a webinar? Want to review a past session? See below for our Archived Webinars from Water Finance & Management.


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Any views or opinions presented in the webinars listed are solely those of the presenter/s and do not necessarily represent those of Benjamin Media, Inc. Nor does Benjamin Media Inc., endorse any products or methods presented. 

*It is the responsibility of attendees to contact their state approval boards to verify whether they accept webinars for credit. It is free to attend a Water Finance & Management webinar. If you would like a CEU certificate for attending there will be a $10 administrative fee. Click here for CEU Form (PDF). CEUs are not offered for NASTT webinar sessions done in conjunction with Trenchless Technology/WFM.


Archived Webinars

The Many Uses for Remote Shutoff Applications

sensusWith pressure to run more efficiently, water utility managers must find ways to save time and money, while continuing to provide excellent customer service. Many utilities currently have manual processes in place for executing service turn-on/shutoff events. An example of such process entails the utility billing staff and customer service representatives completing account analyses and processing paperwork before a work order gets transmitted to a field technician.  Then the technician has to drive to each location to manually shut off the water.  The process repeats itself to turn the service back on.

Through expertise and experiences shared during this webinar, you will be enabled to:

  • Learn from case examples of other utilities leveraging remote shutoff applications
  • Understand how remote shutoff applications impact utility distribution crews, billing and customer service staff and customers
  • Determine your utility’s use cases including non-payment, system maintenance, public protection and more
  • Use available technologies to support remote shutoff processes

Speaker: Travis Smith, Director of Smart Water, Sensus, a Xylem brand

Click here for more information and/or to view archived webinar.


Smart Water Infrastructure in Action

Aging water infrastructure has become a reality for many utilities, bringing additional challenges to those already facing water loss issues, scarce funding and an aging workforce. Smart utilities manage their assets and streamline processes through the use of automated devices that enable the collection of data, cloud-based analysis and network control. This smart technology approach enables them to take intelligent action that can reduce costs and ultimately deliver the best services to their customers

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A New Life-Cycle Costing Tool for Sewer Systems

EONE sewer systemsFinancing capital improvement projects, as well as ensuring that annual O&M budgets are sufficiently funded are ever-growing challenges for municipal utility districts nationwide.

This must-see webinar will cover:

  • Life Cycle Cost Analysis for Sewer Systems- including initial construction cost; operation, maintenance and repair costs; wastewater flows; and financial criteria
  • Overview of Wastewater Collection Systems – including conventional gravity sewer; grinder pump pressure sewer; septic tank effluent pump sewer; and vacuum sewers

Life Cycle Computational Models will be explored, integrating the various sewering techniques into a more holistic Life Cycle Cost Model for new construction, as well as sewer rehab/renewal programs.

Click here for more information and/or to view archived webinar.


Preparing for Smart Water Infrastructure

Mueller Systems
Aging water infrastructure has become a reality for many utilities, bringing additional challenges to those already facing water loss issues, scare funding, an aging workforce and more.

In other industries, “smart” Internet of Things (IOT) technologies are being utilized to streamline processes and increase efficiencies with great success. Such technologies are now becoming available for water utilities.

Smart utilities manage their assets through the use of automated devices that enable the collection and analysis of data on usage, flow rates, leaks and more. This enables them to take intelligent action that can reduce costs and ultimately deliver the best services to their customers.

Click here for more information and/or to view archived webinar.


For more, click here for some Archived Webinars from our sister publication, Trenchless Technology.

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