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2016ACE_Spotlight158795/26/2016 4:36:05 PM*Please note: All room assignments are subject to change ACE Presentations Based on Water Research Foundation Projects SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Chicago, Illinois June 19–22 STS_ListItem_DocumentLibraryhttp://www.waterrf.org/resources/newsroom/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx0http://www.waterrf.org5/26/2016 4:36:05 PMpdfFalsepdf1515~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_PDF.js
What are the Best Economic Options for Managing Leakage?15714This Webcast will discuss the newly completed project, Real Loss Component Analysis A Tool for Economic Water Loss Control (project #4372), which will help managers analyze and reduce water utility system leakage in the most cost effective way. The project produced a free user-friendly model that is a major improvement in standard leakage component analysis for the water utility community. The model supports AWWA M36 and uses the IWA/AWWA Water Audit as input. Ten North American utilities assisted with developing and beta testing the model. Additional funding was provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The webinar will specifically cover • Goals and Background of Project 4372 • Findings of a Literature Review • Purpose and Outputs of the Model • Recommendations on Applying the Model • Next Steps on Outreach and Training6/19/2014 3:43:16 PMWater Loss Webinar - WRF 4372a 6/19/2014 WRF, EPA, WSO, AWE 1 June 19, 2014 Water Loss 4144 Free to public; Training slides 4321 WRF subscribers 8Water Loss Webinar - WRF 4372a STS_ListItem_GenericListhttp://www.waterrf.org/resources/webcasts/Lists/PublicWebcasts/SearchView.aspx0http://www.waterrf.org6/19/2014 3:43:16 PMtxtFalse5;65~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Default.js
Webcast: A Snapshot of Water Loss - Examining the Country's Water Audit Submissions 15738​This Webcast discussed project #4372b, Water Audits in the United States A Review of Water Losses and Data Validity​, which reviewed the largest collection of water audit data compiled to date. The Webcast reviewed the current status of water loss reporting and North American water loss statistics, including the reliability of the audit submissions, trends in water audit metrics, and areas for improvement in water loss audit requirements. The Webcast also featured a look into the progress of water loss adoption and training in Tennessee and included a brief update from the AWWA Water Loss Control Committee Chair on future activities. 11/5/2015 3:38:12 PMNo part of this presentation may be copied, reproduced, or otherwise utilized without permission Analysis of US Water Audits, 45 min Water Loss Control Adoption & Training in TN, 20 STS_ListItem_GenericListhttp://www.waterrf.org/resources/webcasts/Lists/PublicWebcasts/SearchView.aspx0http://www.waterrf.org11/5/2015 3:38:12 PMtxtFalse5;65~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Default.js
Foundation Knowledge Webcast: Distribution System Integrity: The Pressure is On When the Water Pressure is Off15827The presentation covers the past 10 years of pressure management research with emphasis on new studies of backflow events, pressure monitoring, and risk analysis. The presentation explores the concept of pressure transients and examines potential risks from contaminant intrusion. Utilities can use backflow sensing water meters, advanced metering infrastructure, and pressure monitors to better characterize their distribution systems. 2/22/2011 5:08:28 PMNo part of this presentation may be copied, reproduced or otherwise utilized without permission Water Research Foundation Water Research Foundation New Name, Same Mission New Name STS_ListItem_GenericListhttp://www.waterrf.org/resources/webcasts/Lists/Webcasts/SearchView.aspx0http://www.waterrf.org2/22/2011 5:08:28 PMtxtFalse5;65~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Default.js
Foundation Knowledge Webcast: Effective Microbial Control Strategies for Main Breaks and Depressurization15779​This Webcast presented the results and practical application of proj​ect #4307​, Effective Microbial Control Strategies for Main Breaks and Depressurization. The purpose of the project was to improve utility responses to main breaks and depressurization events to better protect public health. A risk-based approach to main break responses was developed, resulting in four categories of main breaks with commensurate best practices for returning the main to service while reducing public health risks. Related outreach materials were developed to inform drinking water practitioners, including a Pocket Guide with Sanitation Procedures. The Webcast also provided updates on two key initiatives that are utilizing the results of this study a process to update AWWA Standard C-651 (Disinfecting Water Mains) and the LPE (Low Pressure Event) Pilot Program being administered by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The project products are now available.9/29/2014 1:29:53 PMNo part of this presentation may be copied, reproduced, or otherwise utilized without permission Director of Innovation & Environmental Stewardship for American Water STS_ListItem_GenericListhttp://www.waterrf.org/resources/webcasts/Lists/Webcasts/SearchView.aspx0http://www.waterrf.org9/29/2014 1:29:53 PMtxtFalse5;65~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Default.js
Leak Repair Data Collection Guide153355/30/2014 3:55:47 PMDate and Time that the failure became known Date and Time that the source of lost water was indentified Date and Time that the flow of lost water was halted Pick from the dropdown STS_ListItem_GenericListhttp://www.waterrf.org/resources/Lists/PublicWebTools/SearchView.aspx0http://www.waterrf.org5/30/2014 3:55:47 PMtxtFalse5;65~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Default.js
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Appendices for “Pressure Management: Industry Practices and Monitoring Procedures”11910/26/2015 11:03:09 PMSTS_ListItem_GenericListhttp://www.waterrf.org/resources/Lists/ProjectPapers/SearchView.aspx0http://www.waterrf.org10/26/2015 11:03:09 PMtxtFalse5;65~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Default.js
Foundation Knowledge Webcast: Pressure Management: Industry Practices and Monitoring Procedures15869​Most systems tend to operate at much higher pressure than needed, resulting in increased energy use, increased non-revenue water loss, and excessive main breaks. Project #4321, Pre​ssure Management Industry Practices and Monitoring Procedures developed guidance on best practices and cost/benefits of implementing an optimized pressure management program. The project included an analysis of a year-long pressure monitoring program from 22 utilities. This Webcast focused on these results and a survey of pressure management practices, examining the case study examples and providing recommendations to improve pressure management in drinking water distribution systems. The final deliverables for this project are available on the website.4/15/2014 12:07:15 PMWhat is the single most important factor when considering all that you have studied for good . Water Research Foundation Project #4321  Pressure Management: Industry Practices and STS_ListItem_GenericListhttp://www.waterrf.org/resources/webcasts/Lists/Webcasts/SearchView.aspx0http://www.waterrf.org4/15/2014 12:07:15 PMtxtFalse5;65~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Default.js

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