2022 Annual Water Supply & Demand Assessments
Urban water suppliers are required to prepare an AWSDAt and submit an Annual Water Shortage Assessment Report to DWR on or before July 1, 2022, and every year thereafter.
ManageWater Consulting, Inc., is trained and experienced in AWSDA preparation.
2020 Urban Water Management Plan
From 2020 to 2021 ManageWater was the lead consultant to manage the 2020 UWMP for a San Francisco Bay Area Water Agency.
2020 Water Shortage Contingency Plan
From 2020 to 2021 ManageWater was the lead consultant managing the Water Conservation Plan for a San Francisco Bay Area Water Agency.
BAWSCA and Valley Water
AMI Implementation Survey
CII Water Conservation Technologies
ManageWater completed a project in 2020 to detect water leaks using drone technology that was funded through a grant from the Innovative Conservation Program (ICP).
ManageWater Consulting, Inc., in association with Don Schlenger and Associates, LLC., developed a comprehensive survey for BAWSCA and VW agencies to identify the current status of AMI implementation and interest in collaboration on regional projects.
Collaboration with research facility engineers at Stanford University led to retrofits using water misers – water saving devices – for inefficient sterilizers. This technology uses a solenoid valve to detect heat from discharged steam condensate to quench, rather than traditional continuous water flow.
Compliance and Regulations
Drone Projects and
Review of technologies and regulatory framework for water efficiency in specific water use sectors – residential, commercial, institutional, industrial, irrigation,and water loss audits.
ManageWater reviews and advises about the current science and regulations related to climate change impacts on water resources.
Small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS, drones) are used for aerial inspections and monitoring of existing or new water infrastructure. The high-quality imagery and low relative cost allow frequent and timely aerial monitoring of construction projects, canals, levees, dams, and pipelines.