This spreadsheet-based water audit tool is designed to help quantify and track water losses associated with water distribution systems and identify areas for improved efficiency and cost recovery. It provides a "top-down" summary water audit format, and is not meant to take the place of a full-scale, comprehensive water audit format.
This online interactive tool can be used in conjunction with AWWA’s Manual M11 to determine the recommended torque ranges and other important flange details, gasket stresses, and bolt yield loads.
To support our utility members, AWWA has developed a web-based predictive modeling tool (Copyright 2011 AWWA) intended to provide member users with approximate guidance on the degradation of hypochlorite and levels of selected degradation byproducts at their sites.
The AWWA Guidance and Tool represents a voluntary, sector-specific approach for adopting the NIST Cybersecurity Framework as expressed by the Water Sector Coordinating Council. The Cybersecurity Guidance Tool generates a prioritized list of recommended controls based on specific characteristics of the utility.
This updated tool builds on the success of its predecessor in helping utilities calculate their system’s oxidation options for cyanotoxins, while adding new features including:
Benchmarking is a form of continuous improvement designed to help utilities to improve their overall operational efficiency and effectiveness. Through the AWWA Utility Benchmarking Program, utilities can use established performance indicators to track their own performance and identify areas that could be improved. The AWWA Utility Benchmarking Program provides these objective performance measures to track organizational performance through an on-line survey and data portal.
A critical first step in asset management- Made easy!
Buried No Longer® is an online economic forecasting tool for pipe repair and replacement