Learn About Pipe Bursting, SRFs, and Performance Measurements in Upcoming WEF Webcasts

Pipe Bursting: A Mature and Diverse Trenchless Technology

Pipe bursting is a trenchless method for renewing deteriorated and undersized gas, water, sewer, utility conduit, and other pipelines. It allows the replacement of existing pipes with a new pipe of the same or larger inner diameter, and offers a pipe replacement alternative designed to reduce disturbances to businesses and residents compared to the open-cut technique or pipeline-rehabilitation techniques.

This webcast explains current pipe-bursting practices. It will assist those involved in pipeline replacement and rehabilitation projects with evaluating the capabilities of pipe bursting as a pipe-replacement method.

Dec. 10, 1–3 p.m. (EST)

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Revisions to Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program and EPA Guidance to States

The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (Washington, D.C.), along with the Water Environment Federation (Alexandria, Va.), will host a webcast discussing changes to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF). This year, U.S. Congress made changes to the CWSRF that will affect municipal borrowers. During the webcast, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Andrew Sawyers, director of the Office of Wastewater and former CWSRF Administrator for the State of Maryland, will discuss how states are likely to implement these changes and what these changes will mean to the clean water community. The webcast also will discuss EPA’s guidance to states.

Dec. 16, 1–2 p.m. (EST)

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Incorporating Benchmarking and Performance Measurement into Your Utility’s Culture and Lessons Learned from Leading Experts

Learn about methods and tools enabling water and wastewater utilities to develop and implement a performance measurement system and key performance indicators on various attributes. Utility leaders and experts will share their experiences and lessons learned on implementing a performance measurement system. Information shared will help utilities address and prioritize current and future challenges and move toward a path to resource recovery.

Jan. 14,1–3 p.m. (EST)

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