Water Loss & Performance Metrics
Presented Thursday, March 29th, 2018
As communities face big decisions about investing scarce funds in water infrastructure, improving efficiency is critical. “Water Loss,” “Non-Revenue Water,” or “Leaks,” no matter what we call it, our water infrastructure systems are not performing to their full potential. As communities face big decisions about investing scarce funds in water infrastructure, improving efficiency is critical. Learn from the experiences of Asheville, North Carolina and the State of Wisconsin about how to successfully identify and reduce water loss to save money and increase system resilience. This second in a series of webinars looking at equitable, sustainable solutions for community water infrastructure risks in the Great Lakes and beyond is part of the Center for Neighborhood Technology’s Great Lakes Water Infrastructure Project and is made possible by funding from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
Will Jernigan, PE, Director of Water Efficiency, Cavanaugh & Associates
Denise Schmidt, Water Policy Advisor, Wisconsin Public Service Commission
Brandon Buckner, Meter Services Division Manager, City of Asheville, NC, Water Resources Department