Advanced Water Loss Control Workshop:
Real Loss Component Analysis - The Next Step
This course is designed to help utilities get to the next level once the AWWA Water Audits have been completed. The audits is a regulated requirement in Georgia for utilities that service a population of 3,300 or more. This audit is required to be turned in every year by March 1st. Along with the audit, utilities are also required to have a Water Loss Control Program in place. The Component Analysis tool is something that will guide that program for each utility based on their needs in an effort to reduce real water loss.
Amber Whisner- Chair Water Loss Committee, QWLA, Billing Clerk – City of Dallas, GA
Eric Swett,- Co-Chair Water Loss Control Committee, QWLA, Section Manager Gwinnett County
Brian Skeens, P.E.- Jacobs, GAWWA Chair, QWLA,
Will Jernigan, Cavanaugh & Associates
- Introductions/Ice Breaker (10-10:15)
- Interpreting Audit Results/What to do Next (10:15-10:45)
- Understanding Components of Real and Apparent Losses (10:45-11:15)
- What is Real Loss Component Analysis (11:15-12:15)
- Tools Available (12:45-1pm)
- Leakage Component Analysis Model (1pm-1:30pm)
- Data Needed for LCA Tool (1:30pm-2:15pm)
- Utility Case Studies (2:15pm-3pm)
**This workshop is eligible for 5 Water Operator Recertification Points.
Need to transfer a registration to another person?
Only employees of GAWP Corporate & Utility Members will be permitted to request invoicing. All cancellations must be received in writing on company letterhead two weeks prior to the date of the class. After the two week deadline, you are no longer eligible for refunds but substitutions are welcome. No refunds for those who register and fail to attend.