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BMP Reporting Webinar for Phase 2 and BMP 1.4 Revisions

BMP Reporting Webinar for Phase 2 and BMP 1.4 Revisions

9/15/2015

BMP Reporting Webinar covering the database updates for Phase 2 and BMP 1.4 revisions. The webinar will be on September 15, from 1:30 to 3:00 PM. Webinar registration information is below.

  • Conference Call: 1-877-309-2071
  • Access Code: 740-187-188
Webinar Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/932145436259320833

Water Research Foundation - Customer Communications During Drought Free Webinar

Water Research Foundation - Customer Communications During Drought Free Webinar

7/30/2015

WEBCAST: Customer Communications During Drought

Thursday, July 30, 2015
2‒3:30 pm ET (1 pm CT, 12 pm MT, 11 am PT)

Customer Communications During Drought

Conservation communications to customers is a dynamic process. This Webcast will highlight the communication programs of three utilities with a focus on barriers, solutions, and recommendations.

Presenters:

Jessie Saich, El Dorado Irrigation District
Luis Generoso, City of San Diego Public Utilities Department
Jeff Tejral, Denver Water


Water Research Foundation - Financial Resiliency During Droughts Free Webcast

Water Research Foundation - Financial Resiliency During Droughts Free Webcast

7/21/2015

WEBCAST: Financial Resiliency During Droughts

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

3‒4 pm ET (2 pm CT, 1 pm MT, 12 pm PT)

Financial Resiliency During Droughts

Utilities need to maintain their financial stability during droughts and be well prepared for future drought-related events. This Webcast will answer the following fundamental questions related to financial resiliency and drought: 1. What is the financial cost of a drought? 2. How should the financial cost of the drought be recovered? Which approach is best suitable for our community? 3. Who should cut back their water use and by how much? 4. What is the impact to my customers due to the restriction in water use and the associated drought pricing? 5. How can water rates help you achieve your goals?

Presenters:

Sanjay Gaur, Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc.

Robert Shaver, Alameda County Water District


Water Research Foundation - Using Cost-Benefit Anaylses to Compare Drought Management Practices Free Webcast

Water Research Foundation - Using Cost-Benefit Anaylses to Compare Drought Management Practices Free Webcast

7/16/2015

WEBCAST: Using Cost-Benefit Analyses to Compare Drought Management Practices

Thursday, July 16, 2015
3‒4 pm ET (2 pm CT, 1 pm MT, 12 pm PT)

Using Cost-Benefit Analyses to Compare Drought Management Practices

Utilities need reliable data on the potential impacts of drought, its costs, and the impacts and costs of alternative mitigation strategies. This Webcast will cover the results of project #4546, “Drought Management Under a Changing Climate: Using Cost-Benefit Analyses to Assist Drinking Water Utilities.” The research reviewed how a cost-benefit analysis may be used in drought planning and the issues and challenges that drinking water utilities face in implementing drought management practices, including an example cost-benefit analysis for a hypothetical utility. This project was funded under the NOAA Climate Program Office, Sectoral Applications Research Program (SARP): Coping with Drought with the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS).

Presenters:
Richard Krop, The Cadmus Group, Inc.
Nupur Hiremath, The Cadmus Group, Inc.

Luis Generoso, City of San Diego Public Utilities Department

 


Water Research Foundation - Turf Replacement Program Free Webcast

Water Research Foundation - Turf Replacement Program Free Webcast

7/9/2015

WEBCAST: Turf Replacement Programs

Thursday, July 9, 2015

2‒3:30 pm ET (1 pm CT, 12 pm MT, 11am PT)

Turf replacement programs are usually a component of larger conservations programs. The development and implementation of a successful turf replacement program can and does have significant impacts on residential demand reductions. This Webcast will highlight the turf replacement programs developed by three utilities. The presenters will outline their utility’s program, how barriers to turf replacement programs were overcome, and offer guidance to those who want to implement turf replacement programs.

Presenters:

Kent Sovocool, Southern Nevada Water Authority
Bill McDonnell, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Carlos Michelon, San Diego County Water Authority

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