Best Management Practices for Collection Systems -Are You Prepared?  (CMOM)

 

5.0 OM OEPA Contact Hours

AGENDA

9:00 am What is CMOM & Why Do You Need It?

10.30am Break

10:45 am The "Management" Factor

12:00 pm Lunch

1:00 pm Operation & Maintenance Practices

2:30 pm Break

2:45 pm Budgeting, Rates, and Funding

3:15 pm Your CMOM Action Plan

3:45pm- Adjourn

 

As the wastewater collection system ages, it corrodes, erodes, clogs, collapses, and ultimately deteriorates causing unacceptable levels of storm water inflow and infiltration (I&I).  CMOM provides a management framework to evaluate   asset condition and system performance, optimize operation and maintenance practices, and plan for capital upgrades. 

  • Do you have a CMOM plan in place that represents "best management practices" in all areas?
  • Does your plan demonstrate a true commitment to stopping sanitary sewer overflows?
  • Are you following the plan?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Training Objective..... Train Operators, Administrators and Council Members on how to maintain acceptable levels of collection system performance by applying the principles of Asset Management

March 5, 2019

City of LimaUtility Field Services1405 Reservoir Rd.
Lima, OH 45804

Register HERE

 

March 19, 2019Nelsonville Public Library95 West Washington St.Nelsonville, OH 45764

Register HERE

Any questions, contact Clarissa McDermitt at 800.775.9767