Water in the Midwest
Region 7 Asset Management Quarterly Conference Call
10 to 11 a.m. Central time
Asset management is a process for maintaining a desired level of service for what you want your drinking water and/or wastewater utility assets to provide at the best appropriate life-cycle cost.
EPA recognizes asset management as a useful tool to help water and wastewater utilities acquire and maintain technical, managerial, and financial capacity to protect public health and the environment.
EPA Region 7’s Drinking Water program hosts a one-hour quarterly conference call to further discuss water utility asset management from a national, state and local perspective.
Interested federal, state, local agencies, and other organizations can participate in these calls by contacting Robert Dunlevy at email@example.com to be placed on the email list to receive the phone number and conference code for the quarterly call.
Also, check out EPA’s Asset Management: A Best Practices Guide for more information.