EPA’s WaterSense Program Hosts Water Loss Webinar

Through its Fix-a-Leak Week campaign, WaterSense is focused on reducing water waste due to leaks on the customer’s side of the meter.  But billions of gallons of water are also lost every year on the utility side of the meter.  EPA will host a free water loss control webinar that will review effective tools, policies, and programs.  They’ll discuss free software utilities can use to manage water loss; review policies that local and state governments can implement to encourage program adoption; and hear about the successful water loss control efforts of two utilities: the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) in California and the Water and Wastewater Authority of Wilson County (WWAWC) in Tennessee.

DATE: Wednesday, October 15
TIME: 1:00PM (eastern)
REGISTER:  Click this link register today

The webinar will feature Kate Gasner from Water Systems Optimization, Danielle Gallet from the Center for Neighborhood Technology, Penny Falcon from LADWP, and Chris Leauber from WWAWC.  This event is a good opportunity to get the latest on water loss control and find ways to save water, energy, and money by managing “real” and “apparent” losses.  If you have any questions regarding WaterSense webinars, please contact the WaterSense Helpline at watersense@epa.gov or 866-WTR-SENS (987-7367).