Upcoming EFC Events Attn: Community Leaders and Project Managers
Register today and join us for the upcoming event:
August 20"NEW FUNDING NEWS
MEET THE PROJECT LEADERS"
-A Technical Assistance Partnership Forum-
When: 10am to 2pm, Thursday August 20
Where: RIT Conference Center, Rochester NY
5257 West Henrietta Road,
W. Henrietta, NY 14586
*Registration is $25. Lunch is included in registration.
Check Up Program for Small Systems (CUPSS) is an EPA tool for small communities seeking help with managing the assests and finances of their small drinking water and wastewater systems. We are interested to learn about your experiences using the program.
If you are currently using this program, or have used it in the past, please contact Melissa at email@example.com to share your experience.
Asset Management Training Recap
Thanks to all who joined Melissa Young (EFC) and Phil Smith (NYS DEC) for the Water Asset Management Training this month in Rochester.
If you weren't able to join us, here is a recap: Melissa began with an explanation of the CUPSS tool (see above) as a way to measure and monitor water systems. Following her presentation, a 15-minute overview of Liquid Assets was shown, a documentary on the history and current status of water infrastructure in the United States. After a delicious Italian dinner, the group heard from Phil Smith who explained the Top 10 key steps to managing water assets, while meeting DEC compliance standards.
Thanks to all the participants who engaged in lively and informative discussions at this event!
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