Gain insights from the webinar about the challenges faced with the delivery of water infrastructure & planning for external risks while preparing for the $55 billion investment provided by IIJA.
It’s no secret that our country’s water systems are under stress. Factors like climate change, population increase, and water scarcity are unpredictable and make the delivery of water infrastructure, much of which is underground, a challenge. Maintaining existing infrastructure or investing in new water conservation is a complicated process. The United States has allocated $55 billion to water and wastewater initiatives as part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). Join our water infrastructure executives as they discuss how they are addressing these obstacles and building capital programs that meet the strategic needs of their communities.
This webinar will cover:
- Challenges faced with the delivery of water infrastructure
- Critical questions water agencies need to answer in building their programs
- How to plan for external risk factors such as climate change
- How to better prepare for the $55 billion infrastructure investment in the United States
Chief Executive Officer, Tualatin Valley Water District, Oregon
CEO/General Manager, San Bernardino Valley
Municipal Water District, California
Director, Innovation, Technology, and Alternative Delivery
Ontario Clean Water Agency