EFC Network has More Webinars to Offer

The Environmental Finance Center Network has been running several series of webinars focused on issues related to small systems.  They have just announced the availability of two new offerings.

WATER SYSTEM PARTNERSHIPS AND REGIONALIZATION SERIES:  PART 4: WATER SUPPLY
DATE:  April 9, 2014

TIME:   1:30-2:30PM (eastern)

REGISTER:  Register Now

Often small systems are reluctant to consider regionalization or collaborative approaches to solving problems because they fear the loss of autonomy. This webinar will showcase one regionalization/ collaboration option used by a group of water systems in central Texas. These systems found a way to work together to solve common problems while also maintaining a high degree of autonomy.

 

ASK THE EXPERT: A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO ASK YOUR ASSET MANAGEMENT QUESTIONS OR SEEK ADVICE ON HOW TO BEGIN   

DATE:  April 24, 2014

TIME:   1:30-3:30PM (eastern)

REGISTER:   Register Now

If you have been to an asset management training or have considered or even started asset management activities, you probably have generated many questions about the process. For example, “Where is a good place to start?” or “What options do I have for mapping my system?” or “How do I number my assets?” You may have specific questions regarding something you’ve tried and had difficulty with.

This webinar will provide you with a unique opportunity to ask any and all questions regarding asset management or implementing asset management. An asset management practitioner, Ross Waugh, with extensive experience implementing the process in New Zealand will answer questions.

This will be a great chance to hear information regarding what has worked elsewhere in the world and to learn from those experiences. If you don’t have any questions of your own, you can still greatly benefit from listening in to the questions of others.

If you have questions about either of these web events or about the EFC Network, please contact M. Francine Stefan at mstefan@sog.unc.edu.

 

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