Workshop

Innovations in Water Infrastructure Financing and Service Delivery

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    Innovations in Water Infrastructure Financing and Service Delivery

    Many counties rely on aging water infrastructure systems. At the same time, county budgets to maintain and upgrade water infrastructure are increasingly strained, leaving some places concerned about how to ensure provision of essential drinking water and wastewater services to residents and businesses. The growing frequency of extreme weather events and the risks that disaster events pose to water supply and stormwater management systems only compound these issues. This workshop will explore innovative financing mechanisms and creative strategies for improving local and regional drinking water, wastewater and stormwater management services.

    Speakers:

    • Mr. Greg Cannito
    • Mr. Jim Gebhardt
    • Mr. Bill Mawyer
    • Hon. Frank Thornton
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    2016-08-02
    Workshop
    2020-09-09

Many counties rely on aging water infrastructure systems. At the same time, county budgets to maintain and upgrade water infrastructure are increasingly strained, leaving some places concerned about how to ensure provision of essential drinking water and wastewater services to residents and businesses. The growing frequency of extreme weather events and the risks that disaster events pose to water supply and stormwater management systems only compound these issues. This workshop will explore innovative financing mechanisms and creative strategies for improving local and regional drinking water, wastewater and stormwater management services.

Speakers:

  • Mr. Greg Cannito
  • Mr. Jim Gebhardt
  • Mr. Bill Mawyer
  • Hon. Frank Thornton

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