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January, 2016
IEPA Sponsored Water Loss Audit Training
The IEPA is sponsoring Water Loss Audit training to provide free training on a useful tool for utilities to use to better understand their water systems. The training will be based on the AWWA M36 Water Audits and Loss Control manual. Each training session will be a full-day and consist of a morning lecture and afternoon hands-on using the AWWA Water Loss Audit software. The morning session will be a powerpoint presentation to familiarize the participants with the history of water loss auditing, the benefits of doing an audit and an introduction to the audit software. The afternoon session will be a hands on demo of the software.
To get the most out of this training, participants are asked to bring a laptop with the software downloaded and data from their water systems, however this is not required. Discussion will also include information on how to address sources of water loss.The training will be held throughout the state and will be provided by Illinois Section AWWA and Illinois Rural Water Association.

Click HERE to download the AWWA Water Loss Software (Version 5).  You do not have to be a member of AWWA to download the software, however you do need to sign in.  Note: Your AWWA login may not be the same as your ISAWWA login, call AWWA for your login info at 800.926.7337.

Click HERE for a list of data from your water system that you will be asked to input into the Water Loss Software.  Click HERE for a copy of the Guidance Manual for a detailed explanation of the data required for the Water Loss Software.

Click on the Seminar Handouts:  Class Outline, Handout-1, Handout-2, Handout-3, Handout-4

Click HERE for IEPA brochure on the Illinois Water Loss Accounting Program.

Water Loss Audit Seminar Schedule
The IEPA sponsored Water Loss Audit training is designed for the benefit of utility personnel to help them gain a better understanding of how to conduct a water loss audit and the tools available for performing an audit.  As such, priority will be given to utility personnel and those representing utilities as the Responsible Operator in Charge or Village/City Engineer.  Others wishing to attend a training session may be wait listed or rescheduled to allow utility personnel or their designee the first opportunity to attend the training.  Proof of association with a utility may be required.

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For questions, call Angela Podesta, ISAWWA, at 866-521-3595 ext. 2.

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