3 edition of Performance benchmarking for water utilities found in the catalog.
1996 by AWWA Research Foundation and American Water Works Association in Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Bill Kingdom ... [et al.] ; sponsored by AWWA Research Foundation.|
|Contributions||Kingdom, Bill., AWWA Research Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||HD4461 .P37 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 223 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||97106742|
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This book is designed to help decision makers identify the data required for performance comparisons over time and across water utilities, to understand the strengths and limitations of alternative benchmarking methodologies, and to perform (or commission) benchmark studies.
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This book provides an overview of the strengths and limitations of different methodologies for making. Back to AWWA Utility Benchmarking: Performance Management for Water and Wastewater. Aggregate benchmarking data provides one framework for an individual utility to track its goals and improvement.
Use of benchmarking data, or initiating the process of performance measurement, can be key to performance improvement. Benchmarking has become a key tool in the water industry to promote and achieve performance targets for utilities.
The use of this tool for performance improvement through systematic search and adaptation of leading practices, has expanded globally during the past decade. Benchmarking Performance Indicators for Water and Wastewater Utilities: Author: AWWA Staff: Publisher: American Water Works Association, ISBN:Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
AWWA UTILITY BENCHMARKING PUBLICATION AWWA's Utility Benchmarking: Performance Management for Water and Wastewater publication is made possible by AWWA Utility Benchmarking Program Participants. It allows utility managers to use data and analyses to determine how their utility’s performance compares to the water or wastewater industry.
Water utilities are sheltered from this pressure, and it shows: some utilities are on a sustained improvement track, but many others keep falling further behind best practice.
Performance differentials are striking, even across countries at similar income levels. This matters,because a well-run water utility is essential to people’s lives. The tool is aligned with the Primer, identifies practice areas used by the water sector to support each attribute, and provides a structured process benchmarking exercise to help water utilities conduct a self-assessment of any or all of the 10 attributes that they want to improve to meet their goals.
WATER UTILITY REGULATORY BENCHMARKING PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT: Water Utility Benchmarking: Measurement, Methodologies, and Performance Incentives (International Water Association Publishing, ). That book integrated results from several projects—for the World Bank (IBNET) and the Inter-American Development Bank.
for annual benchmarking of water and wastewater utilities since Formation of peer utility groups – QualServe data was gathered from utilities that are similar to WSSC in terms of size, regulation, services, location and other relevant factors.
Eight peer utility groups were formed and relevant data collected for them. The main application of benchmarking in the sector is through voluntary benchmarking where performance is benchmarked within the water utility (over time, between similar units), with other water utilities (nationally or regionally) and with other utilities (e.g.
power, telecoms, etc.). The International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities (IBNET) blue book creates a baseline and, at the same time, offers a global vision of the state of the sector in developing countries. The International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities (IBNET) is your direct access to the world largest database for water and sanitation utilities performance data.
IBNET supports and promotes good benchmarking practice among water and sanitation services by: Providing guidance on indicators, definitions; - Facilitating the establishment of national or regional benchmarking schemes. Bangladesh Water Utilities Data Book, – Benchmarking for Improving Water Supply Delivery.
Tables. 1 Summary of Results for 11 Water Utilities 12 2 Comparison of Overall Performance 20 3 Names and Locations of Utilities 26 4 Size of Utilities Figures. 1 Types of Water Utilities 28 2 Production Volume 28 3 Water Use 29 4 Per Capita. Water utility benchmarking: measurement, methodologies and performance incentives.
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PERFORMANCE BENCHMARKING GUIDELINES FOR WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION AUTHORITIES 2 FOREWORD Under the Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority Act CapEWURA is responsible, among other things, for monitoring the performance of the regulated sectors in relation to efficiency of production and distribution of services.
this time, there have been several versions submitted. The Dallas Water Utilities Automation and Integration Division continues to provide mainten ance to existing benchmarks. Additionally, it has been reviewing the data for accuracy and correctness.
The result of this effort is a new version of the Dallas Water Utilities Benchmarks. The Benchmarking and Data Book of Water Utilities in India is a comprehensive compilation of information on the performance of Indian water utilities.
It builds on ADB’s experience from the two Water Utilities Data Books for the Asian and Pacific Region published.
The IBNET Water Supply and Sanitation Performance Blue Book The International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities Databook Caroline van den Berg and Alexander Danilenko Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized.
It is understood as the process for identification, understanding and adaptation of remarkable practices and processes of other organizations to help the improvement of its own performance. utility regulation, market reform, and infrastructure operations (e.g. benchmarking studies of Peru, Uganda, Brazil and Central America) Education Teaching the principles and practices that support effective utility policy and regulation (e.g.
PURC/World Bank International Training Program on Utility Regulation and Strategy, January ) Service. This project identified best practices and metrics used by water utilities to support each of the ten attributes of effectively managed water utilities; developed and documented a framework and methodology for utilities to evaluate the attributes; and created an Excel-based tool that they can use to conduct a self-assessment for internal performance benchmarking.
To demonstrate the use and value of the benchmarking performance indicators, a system dynamics model is used to present a case study for three water utilities in southern Ontario, Canada.
The benchmarking performance indicators are aggregated into three categories: (1) infrastructure, (2) sociopolitical, and (3) financial. To demonstrate the use and value of the benchmarking performance indicators, a system dynamics model is used to present a case study for three water utilities in southern Ontario, Canada.
Power, Water & Utilities Benchmarking Deep expertise, proven methodologies and decades of experience benchmarking and providing valuable insight to clients. In the power generation industry, it is challenging to find enough resources to address all your needs. : The IBNET Water Supply and Sanitation Performance Blue Book: The International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities Databook (): van den Berg, Caroline, Danilenko, Alexander: BooksCited by: Utility managers will use this information to determine where his/her utility's performance resides within the industry peer group.
High-level indicators were selected as the starting point for the system because they are more likely to be recognizable and applicable at large numbers of utilities. Benchmarking is an effective tool to improve an organization's performance. This knowledge product provides information on water utilities in 20 cities joining the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM).
The analysis and profiles in this data book will help to identify new JNNURM projects for improving water utility performance. To enable anyone to investigate the performance of utilities in Africa and elsewhere, availability of reliable and complete data is critical.
For this analysis, the team could benefit from a tested instrument like the International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities (IBNET) Toolkit.
Even so, the quality and, especially, the. "Bogetoft gives in his book Performance Benchmarking an excellent introduction to the methodological basis of benchmarking." Christian Parbøl Director, DONG Energy "This book is the primer on benchmarking for performance management." Albert Birck Business Performance Manager, Maersk OilMissing: water utilities.
The IBNET Water Supply and Sanitation Blue Book summarizes the water sector status from to Sincemunicipal water performance has improved despite accelerated urbanization and the impacts of triple crises (food, fuel, and financial). The IBNET water supply and sanitation performance blue book: the international benchmarking network for water and sanitation utilities databook The International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities (IBNET) blue book creates a baseline and, at the same time, offers a global vision of the state of the sector in developing.
Performance Benchmarking for Effectively Managed Water Utilities-WRF Project A Water Research Foundation project identified best practices and metrics used by water utilities to support each of the 10 attributes of effectively managed water utilities; developed and. Benchmarking Performance Indicators for Water and Wastewater Utilities: Survey and Analysis: Lafferty, Angela K., Lauer, William C.: Books - ews: 1.
This enables each local water utility to benchmark its performance against that of similar utilities to facilitate performance improvement; provides an annual two-page triple bottom line performance report for each utility's water supply business and for its sewerage business.
These reports enable each utility to prepare an annual Action Plan. Utilities Performance Benchmarking Report Series Financial Key Performance Indicators for Water Utilities.
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Benchmarking is a key development area in the water sector, to improve service through implementation of effective and evidence based strategies.
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water supply and sewerage performance indicators for all NSW water utilities including Sydney and Hunter Water Corporations over the past six years, enabling each utility to monitor trends in its performance indicators and to improve its productivity and performance through benchmarking against similar utilities.The Utilities Performance Benchmarking Report Series for Electricity is the output of an extensive research project conducted in order to showcase the most frequently used metrics in the electricity utility industry and to enable readers to benchmark their performance levels against other companies from the same activity sector.Utility benchmarking can also lead to improvements in property operations and operating costs, which can help protect tenants’ comfort and finances as well.
The energy and water performance metrics reported through utility benchmarking programs also help funding providers and governing agencies create better incentives for energy- and water.