Water Utility Events

  • Foundations in Water Loss: Resolving Apparent Losses at Your Utility

    In this webinar, speakers will give case studies regarding the latest in apparent loss programs: one from a Georgia utility that uses AMR data and one from a California utility that uses AMI data. In addition, a speaker will demonstrate results from a real-time apparent loss software tool that uses a “bottoms up” method now in use in six states (CA, GA, PA, IN, NJ, FL). The tool locates eight ...


    ONLINE

  • Infrastructure Finance Series: Federal Policy Developments Affecting the Water Sector

    The tools available to finance water infrastructure investment are growing and federal policy is affecting which tools are most cost-effective for utilities to ...


    ONLINE

  • Global Water Summit 2017

    Now in its 11th year, The Global Water Summit is widely known as the leading water industry conference. Renowned for its high level attendance, thought-leading content and unrivalled networking opportunities, this Summit attracts more top water leaders and business executives than any other water event and is vital in shaping the movements of the water industry each year. As you plan your ...


    MADRID

  • Effective Leadership to Drive Regulatory Compliance

    The goal of this one-day seminar is to provide useful tools for the new or upcoming utility leader in the drinking water profession. It will address some of the new demands in the drinking water field and also emphasize that leaders need to stay on top of developments in all areas, from the basics of good leadership principles and how they relate to regulations, the role culture plays in an ...


    HOLLISTON

  • Flood and Coast 2017

    Convened by the Environment Agency - Risk, Resilience & Response in a Changing Climate. The second edition of Flood and Coast will take place in Telford, 28-30 March 2017. Led again by the Environment Agency, the event will draw together key stakeholders from the flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCRM) community, including local authorities, infrastructure owners, consultancies, ...


    TELFORD

  • Improving Customer Relations Through Advanced Metering Infrastructure

    Many utilities are investing in AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure), however, no standards or published guidelines are available regarding customer leak notification. Some water utility managers are also concerned about loss of revenue and irritating customers. This webinar focuses on notifying metered customers of potential leaks or high usage through data generated with AMI. The ...


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  • Drinking Water 101: What You Need to Know

    The goal of this one-day seminar is to provide in a nontechnical manner useful water-field technical knowledge for customer service representatives, administration personnel, utility board and city council members, and newcomers to the field. A number of topics will be presented in an easy-to-understand format. The seminar is set up to facilitate presenters’ interaction with the attendees to ...


    HOLLISTON

  • Effective Leadership to Drive Regulatory Compliance

    The goal of this one-day seminar is to provide useful tools for the new or upcoming utility leader in the drinking water profession. It will address some of the new demands in the drinking water field and also emphasize that leaders need to stay on top of developments in all areas, from the basics of good leadership principles and how they relate to regulations, the role culture plays in an ...


    MACON

  • Effective Leadership to Drive Regulatory Compliance

    The goal of this one-day seminar is to provide useful tools for the new or upcoming utility leader in the drinking water profession. It will address some of the new demands in the drinking water field and also emphasize that leaders need to stay on top of developments in all areas, from the basics of good leadership principles and how they relate to regulations, the role culture plays in an ...


    HOLLISTON

  • 17th Annual African Utility Week 2017

    The 17th annual African Utility Week is the only global meeting place, conference and trade exhibition for African power and water utility professionals and offers a unique networking opportunity for engineers, stakeholders and solution providers ...


    CAPE TOWN

  • 33rd Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy Annual International Conference

    The Annual Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water and Energy, at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst has become the preeminent national conference in this important environmental area. The conference attracts 600-800 attendees annually which includes a wide variety of representation from state and federal agencies, military, industry (including railroad, petroleum, transportation, and ...


    AMHERST

  • Utility Week Live 2017

    Utility Week Live, the essential show for essential services, is back, taking place 23rd – 24th May 2017, at the NEC, Birmingham. The two-day event is the UK’s only exhibition dedicated to the UK’s gas, electricity and water industries, connecting Britain’s utilities to their suppliers, contractors and ...


    BIRMINGHAM

  • The Water Show Africa 2017

    The Water Show Africa is a 2 day event being held from 28th March to the 29th March 2017 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. This event showcases product from Building Construction, Chemicals & Dyes, Research & Development, Business Services, Logistics & Transportation, Environment & Waste Management ...


    JOHANNESBURG

  • AWWA Annual Conference & Exposition ACE17

    AWWA will host the Annual Conference (ACE) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from June 11-14, 2017 to address and present solutions to water utility challenges. The American Water Works Associations Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE) is the only conference covering every segment of the water business. We invite you to join nearly 11,000+ dedicated water professionals as we help define the ...


    PHILADELPHIA

  • Sustainable Water Management Conference

    Presenting solutions for balancing the benefits of conservation with the costs, managing water resources, sustainable utilities and infrastructure, urban planning and design, energy efficiency, water conservation, stormwater and ...


    NEW ORLEANS

  • Financial Management: Cost of Service Rate-Making Seminar

    This three-day course uses time-honored strategies to teach attendees how to set cost-based and defendable rates. Utilities are faced with escalating costs of operational and infrastructure improvements, expanding regulatory and environmental forces from government and public interest groups and public demand for clean and affordable ...


    NEW ORLEANS

  • Drinking Water 101: What You Need to Know

    This one-day training program presented by American Water Works Association is aimed at providing useful water industry basics for the customer service representative, admin personnel, utility board member, city council member, or newcomer to the drinking water field. ...


    MACON

  • Infrastructure Finance Series: Utility Integration of Private Financing

    This webinar will offer guided discussion on current and trending private financing tools, vehicles, and opportunities that public water utilities can potentially use to help meet infrastructure and operational financing needs. In addition to available private financing options that public and private water utilities of all sizes are using, discussion will focus on how choices to use various ...


    ONLINE

  • Financial Management: Cost of Service Rate-Making Seminar

    This three-day course uses time-honored strategies to teach attendees how to set cost-based and defendable rates. Utilities are faced with escalating costs of operational and infrastructure improvements, expanding regulatory and environmental forces from government and public interest groups and public demand for clean and affordable water. ...


    DENVER

  • How to Implement Utility Climate Action Plans

    Changes in water—supply, quality, utility operations—are one of the primary implications of climate change. However, identifying changes that will occur in any community's water is complicated by the magnitude and layers of uncertainty associated with regionally varying effects of climate change. This webinar will provide participants with an understanding of how to handle climate uncertainty in ...


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