AWWA Utility Management Conference
- Nashville, TN.
Topic: Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission launched an innovation program to improve sustainability and reduce operational expenditures across its facilities and networks. As a part of program planning they led a utility-wide assessment to benchmark the current innovation environment across their core functions as well as facilitated collaborative workshops to align program activities, set expectations and identify performance measures to track program impact. A primary objective was to better support WSSC’s asset management program through innovation. This presentation will provide a detailed case study of WSSC’s experience and lessons learned in leading this effort.
Speaking: Keith Tyson, Division Manager - Engineering and Environmental Services