Asset Management Programs for Stormwater and Wastewater Systems: Overcoming Barriers to Development and Implementation | US EPA, 2017

The purpose of this paper is to identify the critical steps to be considered during AMP development and highlight real-world barriers to development.
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This resource explores how “stormwater utilities and entities have developed and implemented formal asset management programs (AMPs) to reduce unexpected, expensive, and reactive repairs and increase overall system performance. As the benefits of formal AMPs are becoming more evident, more public and private water utilities are beginning to develop and implement AMPs as a method to proactively address system needs and reduce overall costs” (page ii).

The critical steps and factors further described within this paper include: (1) Identifying overall AMP scope, (2) Establishing the desired level of service, (3) Choosing and implementing asset management software, (4) Cataloging assets, (5) Scoring assets, and (6) Continuing AMP development.

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