Manage water between drought, innovation and the digital challenge

Friday 19 October 2018
09:30 - 13:00


It aims to present and discuss the latest developmentson the themes: smart water, efficiency, quality and leakage management

  • Session 5 – Water Loss Management & Intermittent Supply
  • Session 6 – Leakage Control And Monitoring & Asset Management


ROOM H2O International - Hall 18 ACCADUEO,IWA,WATERIDEAS


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09:30 – 11:00: Session 5: “WATER LOSS MANAGEMENT & INTERMITTENT SUPPLY” Chair: Jurica Kovac, IWA WLSG, Aqua Libera, HR

 

Leakage management is a key activity for each water utility. This session will introduce the basics of IWA best practice methodology for efficient leakage management and some Italian and international successful case studies to stimulate water utilities to also achieve similar results. In addition, as intermittent water supply (IWS) is still a major problem in some parts of Italy, 'Best practice' recommendations will be presented for Improving the Level of Service in case of IWS including: infrastructure renewal, Pressure management to improve IWS regimes, Training and capacity building programs as well as Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for each supply regime.

  1. 17 Training in IWA Best practice in leakage management, Jurica Kovac, IWA WLSG, Aqua Libera, HR
     
  2. 18 Leakage management in IRETI, Francesco Calza, IRETI, IT
     
  3. 19 Advanced leakage management, to be confirmed, IT
     
  4. 20 Dealing with the Complex Interrelation of Intermittent Supply and Water Losses, Nikolas Petroulias, Olympios, HWA, GR

 

11:00 – 11:30 BREAK

 

11:30 – 13:00: Session 6: "LEAKAGE CONTROL AND MONITORING & ASSET MANAGEMENT” Chair: Stuart Trow, IWA WLSG, UK

 

To maintain a low level of leakage is fundamental to build and operate a pressure, flow and leakage monitoring system and to develop a sustainable asset management strategy. This session will present best practices and case studies in leakage control and monitoring as well as tools for pressure management, leakage monitoring and asset management.

  1. Strategic planning of leakage reduction activities in CAP, Davide Chiuch, CAP, IT
     
  2. Rapallo Water Network Districts (IRETI): advanced mathematical modelling and integration with Aquaworks, Water Network Management Software, Armando Brath & Cristiana Bragalli, Bologna University, IT, Francesco Calza, IRETI, IT, Emilio Benati, FAST Spa, IT
     
  3. Advanced strategic planning in water management, Mark Tully, Southern Water, UK
     
  4. StopWatch technology to address customers’ side leakages, Stuart Trow, Invenio, UK

 




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