The Four Pillars of Managing Physical Losses
Non Revenue Water is an issue that many water utilities across Asia are struggling to manage. However, it is the volume of physical losses that is most significant, with aging infrastructures and ever expanding networks putting an operational strain on the utilities. This workshop will concentrate on the four pillars of managing physical losses, as set out by the International Water Associations’ Water Loss Specialist Group. A key feature will be the introduction of the latest technologies in Asset Assessment, Leakage Detection, Pressure Management and Repair technologies, which are rapidly becoming the most effective methods for managing physical losses.
This Workshop focuses on:
- Advances in intelligent pressure control.
- Low-impact in-pipe inspection technologies for leak detection and condition assessment.
- The necessary detection of leakage in trunk mains.
- Repairing mains under pressure to reduce the effect on customers.
You Will Now …
- Discover the factors that affect physical losses.
- Know how to identify the methodologies and technologies in physical loss management.
- Have in-depth understanding on the steps for reducing and managing physical losses.
- Be appraised of the latest development in ‘smart’ monitoring systems, network management systems and leak detection technology.
- Be most updated on innovative technologies and materials for monitoring, maintaining and repairing underground assets.