Upcoming Webinars

A New Life-Cycle Costing Tool for Sewer Systems

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 2:00 PM EST

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.


Submit your name and e-mail address and we will send an e-mail invitation with registration link for future Water Finance & Management webinar sessions.

Archived Webinars

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.

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Managed Services – A Host of Data Solutions, a World of Utility Savingsneptunelogo

In this webinar presented by Neptune Technology Group, attendees will learn how managed services can assist water utilities to improve operational efficiency and reduce operational costs through software-as-a-service (SaaS) and network-as-a-service (NaaS). Sponsored by Neptune

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Pure Technologies

Using Risk and Real Data to Optimize Pipeline Infrastructure Spending

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has estimated that over 240,000 water main breaks occur every year in the United States while the American Water Works Association’s price tag for water infrastructure renewal exceeds $1 trillion over the next several decades. These estimated renewal costs for buried water infrastructure have far surpassed a manageable level for most utilities.

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Bentley SystemsHow To Be a Hero and Save Energy in Your Pumping
How do you save money with your energy used for pumping? What are your challenges as you look to improve the operations of your water and wastewater systems? Improving operational efficiencies is high on the agenda as organizations look to make significant savings, whilst ensuring their water services are not compromised.

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