One of three trainings for Georgia water and wastewater utilities between October 13 - 15, 2020. View the other two here and here.
Wednesday, October 14, 2020. 2:00pm-3:30pm ET
Water and wastewater rates should bring in enough revenue to cover the cost of providing service today and into the future. All utilities should prepare for inevitable future capital costs in their budgets. In this session, we will cover strategies and tools that can help water and wastewater utilities identify the revenues needed to cover operations, maintenance and capital costs, and how to set rates that would generate those revenues.
View the recorded webinar (go to YouTube).
Registration cost: Free.
Intended participants: The trainings are designed for water and wastewater utility managers, finance directors/officers, local governments managers, operators, and any staff that have rate-setting or financial management responsibilities over water and/or wastewater systems. Elected/appointed officials, technical assistance providers, regulatory agency staff, consultants, and others working with water/wastewater utilities are encouraged to also attend.
CEUs for water operators: Pending approval.
These virtual trainings are provided to Georgia utilities through funding from GEFA. Thank you!