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Good Practice review

2008

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US Utility Advisory Group

Effective Utility Management: A Primer

Water and wastewater utilities across the country are facing many common challenges, including rising costs, aging infrastructure, increasingly stringent regulatory requirements, population changes, and a rapidly changing workforce. Effective utility management can help utilities respond to both current and future challenges and support utilities in their common mission of being successful 21st century service
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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 03 September 2015

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Manual or training material

15 September 2015

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IAWD / Danube Water Program

Establishment and Operation of an IAWD Asset Management Regional Services Hub for Selected Water Utilities in the Danube River Basin

After an overview of the project objectives, the brochure presents both the methodology and the results of the activity. It also includes information on conferences, workshops and visits from/to utilities organized under this project, as well as on produced training material, progress monitoring, and dissemination activites.

This brochure was produced jointly with UTVSI and Hydro-Comp Enterprises, IAWD's partners in the Asset Management program.

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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 17 September 2015

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Background or theoretical study

2012

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Rodriguez, van den Berg, McMahon

Investing in Water Infrastructure: Capital, Operations and Maintenance

This paper provides background information for development practitioners in the water and other infrastructure sectors. It outlines the major challenges related to financing the gap in global water infrastructure, including those systems that provide urban and rural water supply, and sanitation and irrigation services. Water infrastructure finance includes costs for capital works as well as the operations and maintenance costs that motivate sustainable service delivery.

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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 03 September 2015

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Manual or training material

15 September 2015

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IAWD / Danube Water Program

Uspostavljanje i Rad IAWD Regionalnog Asset Management Centra za Odabrane Vodovode u Slivu Reke Dunav

After an overview of the project objectives, the brochure presents both the methodology and the results of the activity. It also includes information on conferences, workshops and visits from/to utilities organized under this project, as well as on produced training material, progress monitoring, and dissemination activites.

This brochure was produced jointly with UTVSI and Hydro-Comp Enterprises, IAWD's partners in the Asset Management program.

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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 22 September 2015

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Manual or training material

2014

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Hydro-Engineering Institute Sarajevo (HEIS) for NALAS

Municipal Asset Management Toolkit

This toolkit in intended for local decision-makers, both in Municipalities and Public Utility Companies, who should act together in using the toolkit, reconciling their differences and interests and focusing on what is best for the community regarding provision of public utility services.

The purpose of the toolkit is introducing decision-makers with the systematic approach to management of public utility assets (water and wastewater assets), as well as providing the guidance on implementation of asset management practices.

 

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Contributed by David Michaud on 19 January 2016

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Regional analysis

2017

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European Water Regulators WAREG

WAREG Report: An analysis of water efficiency KPIs in WAREG member countries

This report analyses the application of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to describe efficiency of water services in WAREG member countries, with the aim to draw out commonalities as well as differences in monitoring of water efficiency measures and performance. It seeks to outline how different European regulators promote water efficiency within their regulated industries. It is noted that although various KPIs and benchmarking platforms exist in the water industry, there appears to be a lack of consistency in the definitions, descriptions, application and consistency of KPIs used to measure water efficiency across Europe. It is further noted that while some countries use KPIs for benchmarking purposes, this practice has still not been fully embraced by regulators in WAREG member countries.

Publisher: WAREG,

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Contributed by Elvira Broeks on 21 September 2017

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