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EPA – Effective Utility Management (EUM) Roadmap Webinar: Taking the Next Step Toward Sustainability

EPA – Effective Utility Management (EUM) Roadmap Webinar: Taking the Next Step Toward Sustainability

Effective Utility Management (EUM) Roadmap Webinar: Taking the Next Step Toward Sustainability
EUM is based on the Attributes of Effectively Managed Utilities endorsed by EPA and a host of national water Associations. Utilities around the country have used the Effective Utility Management (EUM) framework to do an initial assessment of their current performance and move toward becoming fully sustainable using the EUM Primer.
This webinar will help utilities take the next step beyond the basic EUM assessment and identify and implement proven and effective practices, using a guide called Moving Toward Sustainability: Sustainable and Effective Practices for Creating Your Water Utility Roadmap and implement proven and effective management practices at their utility. Build on the results of the initial EUM Assessment Show participants how to conduct an in-depth assessment of specific utility management practices based on the EUM Attributes Equip participants to use the EUM Roadmap at their utility to determine which management practices can help them improve their performance  Learn from examples of other utilities that have utilized and implemented the Roadmap
“The EUM Roadmap is a powerful tool to help utilities take the next step in becoming fully sustainable and meet the needs of their communities.”—Jim Horne, Sustainable Utilities Program Manager, U.S. EPA 
Schedule and RegistrationJune 16, 20201:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern TimeRegister Here 
Webinar AgendaIntroductions & Workshop ObjectivesImplementation of Effective Practices   Overview of Effective Utility ManagementUtility “Self-Assessment” ExerciseOverview of EUM Roadmap Implementation Experience Overview of the Three Business LevelsQ&A Session   
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