Las Cruces, New Mexico
Picacho Mutual Domestic Water Consumers Association provides water service to a population of 1,200 residents. The board president learned about Asset Management in a short training and created a plan using what he learned and basic common sense.
Picacho Mutual Domestic Water Consumers Association
PO Box 1468
Las Cruces, NM 88004
Larry Covington, President
The Louisville Water Company is a municipally-owned corporation, which returns an annual profit to the City of Louisville. The Water Company has been providing drinking water since 1860 and today serves about 850,000 people in the Louisville Metropolitan area. They have been involved in Asset Management for over 20 years and their community involvement programs have help build rate capacity and support infrastructure projects.
Louisville Water Company
550 South Third Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Jim Smith, Director, Infrastructure Planning
The City provides water and wastewater service to approximately 80,000 residents. In 2010 the City of O'Fallon participated in the Missouri Water Utility Partnership, an EPA-sponsored pilot project to assist utilities in developing an energy management plan and identifying available funding options to implement energy improvement projects. The energy assessment identified projects in the wastewater facilities for energy cost savings.
City of O'Fallon
410 East Elm
O'Fallon, MO. 63366
Dan Scherer, Director of Water & Sewer Operations