The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has provided $500,000 in funding to The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Environmental Finance Center (EFC) to assist communities addressing water infrastructure challenges.
A Journal AWWA article describing how analyzing and tracking water use among non-residential customers, utilities can project fluctuations in water use over time and improve pricing schemes and business practices. Used examples from four North Carolina utilities.
This new interactive Water Rates Dashboard is designed to assist decision-makers in benchmarking and comparing Wisconsin utilities' residential water rates against multiple characteristics, including utility finances, system characteristics, customer base demographics, and geography. The dashboard visualizes September 2015 rates for more than 575 Wisconsin utilities.
The Connecticut Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard is designed to assist utility managers and local officials with analyzing residential water and wastewater rates against multiple characteristics, including customer base socioeconomic conditions, system characteristics, and geography.
Data table that lists details on stormwater utilities in Georgia. Data includes information on how the fees are collected, the collection rate, the last year that the fees were changed, as well as several other factors.
Stacey Isaac Berahzer presented at the 2016 GAWP Leadership Academy on accounting, budgeting, financial reporting, rate setting, funding methods, and benchmarking for public water and wastewater utilities.