Cancelled - the April 2020 seminar in Minneapolis has been cancelled.
How much water is your utility losing to leakage, customer meter error or water theft? How can your utility quantify these water losses or identify the cost burdens the losses impart upon the system?
Water utilities recognize not only the need to regularly account for their supplies but also the importance of trained personnel in the auditing and validation processes. This seminar, facilitated by experts from the AWWA Water Loss Control Committee, will help utilities establish accountability by giving attendees instruction on the AWWA Standard Water Audit compilation and data validation process.
As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds, AWWA has made the difficult decision to cancel the April 1-2, 2020 seminar scheduled in Minneapolis, Minnesota
If applicable, please cancel your hotel and airfare as soon as possible. Many airlines are offering concessions in light of travel concerns associated with COVID-19.
Regarding your seminar registration, we are happy to transfer your full amount paid as a credit towards a future AWWA conference or training (webinar, eLearning, seminar, etc.) of your choice (excluding Membrane). This does include ACE20 in Orlando, June 14-17.
We understand that obtaining your CEU’s is extremely important and want to ensure you have opportunities to achieve your goal. We invite you to visit AWWA's future event schedule, eLearning courses and webinar opportunities.
Please email requests to our customer service team and they will assist and transfer your full amount paid as a credit or refund. Email to email@example.com or fax requests to 303.347.0804.
These are unprecedented and unpredictable circumstances and we greatly appreciate your patience and support. Thank you for your participation in AWWA activities and your commitment to our shared mission of protecting public health through safe and sustainable water.
Attendees will learn the methods and technologies to economically control water and revenue losses by managing leakage and pressure to save water and optimizing revenue via revenue protection programs. Be sure to bring a laptop or personal device to the seminar. Attendees who have completed a water audit for their utility using the AWWA Free Water Audit Software are encouraged to bring an electronic copy of the audit.
George Kunkel is Principal of Kunkel Water Efficiency Consulting, a firm that specializes in water loss control in drinking water utilities. He has over 37 years of water utility and consulting experience and led the successful water loss control program in Philadelphia for over 20 years. His work assists water utilities in compiling realistic water audits of their operations and designing cost-effective non-revenue water management strategies, including progressive leakage and pressure management, and revenue protection programs. He is chair of the AWWA subcommittee for the M36 guidance manual on water loss control and is a co-author of the AWWA Free Water Audit Software. He was the recipient of the AWWA Peak Performance Award in 2016
Will Jernigan is a Director with Cavanaugh, an established leader in the fields of Water Loss Management and Bioenergy. Will has 17 years in the industry and was appointed in 2017 as the United States Expert to an international task force for developing the ISO Water Loss Standards. Will has led multi-year statewide Water Loss Technical Assistance Programs in Georgia and California and has worked with over 1,000 utilities in North America to conduct water audits, water loss analysis and intervention. Will serves in several leadership roles at AWWA, including Secretary for the Water Loss Control Committee, and Chair of its Software Subcommittee.
David Sayers has nearly 20 years of experience in the fields of water use analyses, water resources management, water conservation and water system audits. He has experience working in the United Kingdom and the United States and has worked for a water utility, a regulatory agency, and as a consultant. David is an active member of the AWWA Water Loss Control Committee and is the lead developer of the AWWA Free Water Audit Software and Compiler tool. He was the recipient of the AWWA Peak Performance Award in 2011.