- Executive Directors
- Exploitation Directors
- Financial Directors
- Executive Officers
Why follow this training?
The Water for All Chair offers thematic specialized sessions.
- They bring together industry experts and are open to any water and sanitation professional.
- Come and learn about the operational management of your unit and the operating processes, acquire new practices and new tools.
- Innovate and upgrade your knowledge in the perspective of the evolution of your career.
- Restructure your teams and equip your employees with new practices and organizations to support the reform of the sector.
- Lead your drinking water or sanitation service towards excellence in continuity, quality, sustainability and accessibility.
Objectives of the module:
- Measure unbilled water volumes.
- Break them down according to their causes. Deduct the corresponding financial loss.
- Put in place a policy for their control and reduction.
- Assimilate that the theme of water losses does not only concern the search and repair of leaks but is related to all the activities of a water service.
- Measure the volumes of non-revenue water.
- Break down the sums according cause.
- Calculate the corresponding financial loss. Set up a policy to manage and reduce the volumes of non-revenue water.
- Assimilate the fact that water loss is not just about finding and repairing leaks but is related to all the activities of a water service.
- Reduce water losses: issues and strategy, water balance equation.
- Actual losses: Diagnostic, Indicators, Methods and Tools, Action Plan, Case Studies.
- Strategy, Action Plan and Change Management.
- Understanding the phenomenon of water losses (real or apparent) and their dynamics
- Understanding the impact of the utility’s various activities on the level of water losses
- Establishing a diagnosis on water losses (and water balance)
- Defining a strategy to reduce water losses
- Establishing an action plan to reduce water losses
- Monitoring the implementation of an action plan
- Condition for ensuring the sustainability of the results of an action plan, change management
- Farley Malcolm – USAID – Manuel du Manager sur l’Eau non comptabilisée en Afrique – Guide des pertes d’eau – USAID publishing
- Farley M, Trow S (2003) Losses in Water Distribution Networks, A Practiotioner’s Guide to Assessment, Monitoring and Control. IWA Publishing
- Alegre H, Baptista JM, Cabrera Jr. E, Cubillo F, Duarte P, Merkel W, Parena R (2006) Performance Indicators for Water Supply Services (Second Edition).
- IWA publishing Arregui F, Cabrera E, Cobacho R, (2006) Integrated Water Meter Management.
- IWA Publishing Johnson EH (2) (2009) Management of Non-revenue and Revenue Water Data. 2nd Edition. Engineers Media. NSW Australia
- IWA (2007) District Metered Areas – Guidance Notes
- IWA 2007) Leak Location and repair – Guidance Notes
- Moreau (2004) Pressure Modulation, a simple tool to reduce leakage and protect water distribution networks
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