Infrastructure assets are essential to providing community water services and supporting economic growth for towns and cities into the future. However, the combination of aging infrastructure and limited resources has resulted in a large funding gap to maintain and improve infrastructure systems. The need for innovative, cost-effective, and efficient technologies and approaches to assess, rehabilitate, operate, and maintain collection systems assets is critical. We provide an effective means to identify new technologies and move them into practice more quickly through collaborative pilots, demonstrations, and data sharing to help communities stay ahead of the curve.
Chair: Anas Malkawi, NS Interceptor Engineer, Hampton Roads Sanitation District
Vice-Chair: Patrick Beane, Asset Manager, Johnson Country Wastewater