Utility Managers

Why should you be a Utility Manager?

As water sector leaders, utility managers play a critical role in ensuring the protection of public health and the environment.  Balancing multiple priorities and relationships, utility managers address complex challenges, adeptly solve problems, and wear a lot of hats to get the job done.  AWWA resources for utility managers provide the essentials needed to manage and lead today’s modern utilities – including performance management, rates and finance information, communications, and business practices.  From conferences to standards, AWWA has a variety of resources to help utility managers succeed.   


Book Example 4
Book Example 4 August 7, 2018
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Emergency Planning for Water and Wastewater Utilities
Disruptions in water quality and delivery can result from emergencies such as natural disasters, accidents, or intentional acts. Regardless of their size and location, utilities should prepare for emergencies before they occur and be able to quickly restore water services.
Water Utility Management
M5 Water Utility Management is designed for both new and experienced managers who are looking to better understand all aspects of public utility management.


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