AWE Water Loss Workshops Scheduled this Month in Dallas, TX; Chicago, IL; and Jacksonville, FL

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2009-06-01

pipe leak 1The Alliance for Water Efficiency is holding three water loss workshops around the country.  Come attend one of the workshops this month and learn how you can manage your utility's non-revenue water. Cost to attendees is $100, lunch included. 

Topics covered will include:

  • How to conduct a top down and bottom up utility audit
  • How to comply with the new AWWA M36 Manual Standards
  • How to manage your meter accuracy
  • How to identify cost‐effective opportunities to reduce system leakage
  • How to manage pressures within your system
  • How to integrate a water loss program into a consumer water conservation program

Friday, June 19, 2009, 9:00AM-3:00PM
Dallas City Hall, Conference Auditorium

1500 Marilla Street, Dallas, TX 75201  
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Registration Closed.  Thanks for making this workshop a success!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009, 9:00AM-3:00PM
Jardine Water Purification Plant, Auditorium

1000 East Ohio, Chicago, IL 60611  
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Registration Closed. Thanks for making this workshop a success!

Thursday, June 25, 2009, 9:00AM-3:00PM
JEA Pearl Street Service Center, Main Conference Room

2434 Pearl Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206  
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Registration Closed.  Thanks for making this workshop a success!

Come learn from world-renowned experts...

Friday, June 19th in Dallas...

Julian Thornton, co-author of the Water Loss Control Manual, will be the featured instructor, along with Andrew Chastain-Howley, Mark Mathis of the Texas Water Development Board, and Mary Ann Dickinson, Executive Director of the Alliance for Water Efficiency.

Julian Thornton and Andrew Chastain-Howley are specialists in state-of-the art technologies associated with all aspects of NRW reduction, water loss control, system optimization, pressure management, target setting, pipe inspection and rehabilitation and modern computer network modeling techniques.  Both are business development directors in Miya, a global provider of comprehensive water efficiency solutions for municipal distribution systems with an emphasis on water loss management. Both Julian and Andrew have extensive international project experience, having worked in many different environments for regulators, utilities, funding and aid agencies and consultants in all over the world.

Mark Mathis is the lead staff member at the Texas Water Development Board regarding municipal water loss and leak detection. With more than ten years experience working with water utilities, Mark developed TWDB’s Water Loss Program and is the main author of the TWDB’s Water Loss Audit Manual. He is a member of AWWA’s Water Loss Control Committee.

Mary Ann Dickinson is the founder and Executive Director of the Alliance for Water Efficiency, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the efficient and sustainable use of water in the United States and Canada. Prior to joining the Alliance in July of 2007, Mary Ann was executive director of the California Urban Water Conservation Council, a non-profit organization composed of 387 urban water supply agencies, environmental groups, and other entities. She also worked on planning, legislative, conservation, and community outreach programs for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

Tuesday, June 23rd in Chicago and Thursday, June 25th in Jacksonville...

Julian Thornton, co‐author of the Water Loss Control Manual, will be the featured instructor, along with Paul Fanner of Veritec, and Mary Ann Dickinson, Executive Director of the Alliance for Water Efficiency.

Julian Thornton and Paul Fanner are specialists in state‐of‐the art technologies associated with all aspects of NRW reduction, water loss control, system optimization, pressure management, target setting, pipe inspection and rehabilitation and modern computer network modeling techniques. Paul is a Principal in Veritec, a Miya group company and Julian is a business development director in Miya. Miya is a global provider of comprehensive water efficiency solutions for municipal distribution systems with an emphasis on water loss management. Both Julian and Paul have extensive international project experience, having worked in many different environments for regulators, utilities, funding and aid agencies and consultants in all over the world.

Mary Ann Dickinson is the founder and Executive Director of the Alliance for Water Efficiency, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the efficient and sustainable use of water in the United States and Canada. Prior to joining the Alliance in July of 2007, Mary Ann was executive director of the California Urban Water Conservation Council, a non-profit organization composed of 387 urban water supply agencies, environmental groups, and other entities. She also worked on planning, legislative, conservation, and community outreach programs for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. 

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