October 23-27, 2023
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By creating and following proactive maintenance plans, undertaking regular sewer and water loss surveys, and taking proper precautions when excavating, we can preserve the integrity of our water, sewer, and storm drain systems.
Why our infrastructure is more vulnerable to damage today than ever before.
The risks to your systems’ equipment posed by improper/infrequent maintenance.
How routine water loss surveys, and proactive water, sewer, and stormwater system maintenance
plans eliminate service interruptions and maintain your entity’s reputation.
Keep non-revenue water loss from hurting your community – and your bottom line.
Learn how to mitigate the risks of cross bores – permanently.
Create a plan to keep your water, sewer & storm systems running at peak efficiency.
America’s infrastructure received a C- in the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) 2021 Report Card*
A water main breaks every two minutes in the U.S.
2.5 trillion gallons of water are lost annually to pipe defects. That’s enough to fill 3.75 million Olympic-sized swimming pools.
There are at least 10 active leaks along every 100 miles of pipe in the U.S.
Sewer lines in the U.S. are, on average, 45 years old and at 81% capacity.
70,000 sanitary sewer overflows occur annually.