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AWWA will soon release a new Buried No Longer® tool to help water and wastewater utilities understand their pipeline infrastructure replacement costs. The easy-to-use replacement and repair tool with base and deferral outputs will perform a complete assessment of your specific infrastructure and output custom, actionable data.

AWWA Publications

M28

This valuable operations manual provides guidance on selecting the best water-main rehabilitation techniques for your water distribution system. Step-by-step guidance, including costing, is included for cleaning, lining and replacement technologies.

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Survey Report



What are the benefits of asset management? Implementing the concepts of asset management means making more informed, better decisions in order to sustain the desired level of customer service in the most efficient and effective way possible. 

In order to better understand the need for additional resources to better serve those wanting to begin or advance their implementation of asset management programs, AWWA conducted a survey in early 2015 to collect information on the level of progress in utility asset management. Complete responses to the survey were received from 545 utilities. This report includes aggregated summaries and analyses of the reported utility practices and policies as collected through this survey. 

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AWWA Articles

Journal - American Water Works Association, a professional and scholarly journal published continuously since 1914, is the most respected publication in the water industry.
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Written primarily by AWWA members, Opflow provides technically detailed case studies and how-to articles that help readers provide safe water to all.Visit Opflow.

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Buried No Longer report
AWWA's infrastructure financing report, Buried No Longer, is a call to action for utilities, consumers and policy-makers.
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