Water conservation is often portrayed as something that has a negative financial impact. For example, water conservation is frequently blamed as the sole reason for revenue shortfalls and rate increases. This one-sided view fails to see that cost-effective water conservation programs financially benefit water utilities and their rate payers. The Alliance for Water Efficiency has developed a suite of resources to help professionals and consumers better understand the dynamic between water conservation, water rates, and revenue.
When: Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Time: 9 a.m. PDT | 10 a.m. MDT | 11 a.m. CDT | Noon EDT
Mary Ann Dickinson, President & CEO, Alliance for Water Efficiency
Thomas W. Chesnutt, CEO, A & N Technical Services, Inc.
Bill Christiansen, Director of Programs, Alliance for Water Efficiency