Next GIS Webinar: Fixing America’s Crumbling Water and Sewer Infrastructure

Elthron Anderson, GIS Administrator

America’s water and wastewater infrastructure systems are aging and overburdened, with many of them having been built around the turn of the century. Unless new investments are made, by 2020 unreliable and insufficient water infrastructure will cost the average American household $900 a year in higher water rates and lower wages.

As they struggle to stay ahead of the deterioration, government officials are relying on geographic information systems (GIS) technology as a fiscally and environmentally sustainable model for current and future operational improvements to these aging systems.

American Sentinel University invites you to learn how one company is making sewer and water infrastructure improvements sustainable with GIS.

Join Elthron Anderson, GIS administrator for Southgate Water and Sanitation Districts in Centennial, Colo., and Dr. Stephen McElroy, GIS program chair for American Sentinel University as they discuss how Southgate uses GIS for optimized water and sewer asset management and infrastructure sustainability in a complimentary webinar, Optimized Asset Management and Infrastructure Sustainability with GISon Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 1 p.m. EDT.

Click here to reserve your seat today!

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