2022 KY/TN Water Professionals Conference
Central Bank Center, Lexington, KY, hosted by the Kentucky/Tennessee Section of the American Water Works Association and the Clean Water Professionals of Kentucky & Tennessee
Join us for this event's 18th year to hear thought leadership-inspired content, network with water professionals and see innovative equipment exhibitions!
The use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has long been a valuable tool in asset management and capital improvement planning, and its importance will only grow as communities work to comply with the EPA's newly revised Lead and Copper Rule and other local regulations. Using GIS to integrate Lead Service Line Replacements (LSLR) into planned replacements and improvements gives communities detailed information as they make financial and logistical decisions with limited resources.
Don't miss our presenting experts share lessons learned from supporting over a dozen Michigan communities as they worked to comply with both the Michigan and EPA Lead and Copper Rules. They'll discuss the custom-created GIS and other tools they used to help clients identify, track and replace LSLs and facilitate effective communication with homeowners and community members to increase citizen engagement and assistance.
Session Title: GIS and Lead Service Line Replacement (LSLR): Lessons from Michigan
Date and Time: Tuesday 7/19 at 4:15 p.m.
Presenters: Christine Spitzley and Helen Scales