2013 Water Management Workshop Series

This was a 4-part workshop series on Water Management at the DuPage Water Commission in Elmhurst for municipal employees.  Attendees received the tools to educate & encourage customers to conserve water by emphasizing the importance of conservation.  They also learned how conservation plays a role in utility management, regulations & ordinances, water use by end users and revenues. Below are presentations, handouts and summaries of the four workshops.

*Click here for the Workshop Resource Guide*
* Click here for the Table of Contents*

Workshop 1: Utility Planning & Asset Management

This workshop provided an overview of utility planning and asset management and focused on the context of water management operations within the wider supply and demand issues in the region, as well as within other water resource and energy contexts.

Workshop 2: Changing Regulations & Ordinances

This workshop highlighted how existing regulations and ordinances hinder or help water management operations and water conservation.

Workshop 3: Indoor & Outdoor Water Use

This workshop focused on how municipalities can work directly with end users to use water more efficiently.

Workshop 4: Water Rates & Revenue

This workshop provided an intensive look into utility revenue options and rate-setting.

This series was sponsored by DuPage Water Commission, the Metropolitan Planning Council, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning and MWH Global

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