At the “Fostering Municipal and Utility Partnerships for Water Quality Management” Workshop on Feb. 7, 2017, audience members learned about new best practices that will help municipal governments, working in partnership with their utilities, conduct/implement water loss audits, utility asset management and green infrastructure planning and implementation.
The workshop was presented in partnership with the Association of Environmental Authorities, Sustainable Jersey, New Jersey League of Municipalities, Rutgers University School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and Jersey Water Works.
Presentations from the Workshop
- Sustainable Jersey and Jersey Water Works Introduction — Donna Drewes, Co-Director, Sustainable Jersey
- Water Infrastructure: Asset Management is Happening! — Daniel J. Van Abs, PhD, PP/AICP, Associate Professor of Practicer for Water, Society & Environment, Rutgers
- How Use the Free Water Loss Audit Software — Rick Risoldi, Vice President – Operations, COO, Middlesex Water Company
- Green Infrastructure Planning and Implementation Action Items — Christopher C. Obropta, Ph.D., P.E., Associate Extension Specialist in Water Resources, Rutgers Cooperative Extension
- Water Loss Audits: National Trends and New Jersey’s Status — Larry Levine, Senior Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council