From Reactive to Proactive:
safe, clean, and profitable Water and sewer systems

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October 23-27, 2023

Schedule your FREE Water & Sewer Damage Awareness Week presentation today!

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What your team will learn

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Why our infrastructure is more vulnerable to damage today than ever before.

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The risks to your systems’ equipment posed by improper/infrequent maintenance.

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How routine water loss surveys, and proactive water, sewer, and stormwater system maintenance
plans eliminate service interruptions and maintain your entity’s reputation.

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Keep non-revenue water loss from hurting your community – and your bottom line.

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Learn how to mitigate the risks of cross bores – permanently.

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Create a plan to keep your water, sewer & storm systems running at peak efficiency.

PLAN

Prevent

Protect

Industry Insights

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America’s infrastructure received a C- in the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) 2021 Report Card*

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A water main breaks every two minutes in the U.S.

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2.5 trillion gallons of water are lost annually to pipe defects. That’s enough to fill 3.75 million Olympic-sized swimming pools.

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There are at least 10 active leaks along every 100 miles of pipe in the U.S.

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Sewer lines in the U.S. are, on average, 45 years old and at 81% capacity.

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70,000 sanitary sewer overflows occur annually.

OUR INFRASTRUCTURE’S
INTEGRITY IS ON THE LINE

Join us in learning how to best maintain and protect this vital infrastructure.