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  • Water Loss Management Training Course

    Rarotonga, Cook Islands, 12th-16th March 2007

    Mathias H. Kleppen, Adviser – Water Use Efficiency

    SOPAC Secretariat

    May 2007 SOPAC Training Report 123

    L-R: Pank Mistry (WBWC), Ray Andresen (SIWA), Patrick Leaumoana (SWA), Mathias H. Kleppen (SOPAC), Sahara Anae (SWA), Matthew Tepai (DWW Rarotonga), Wilson Rani (DWW Rarotonga), Paul Maoate (DWW Rarotonga), Kelvin O’Halloran

    (WBWC), Silas Talosui (SIWA), Ben Parakoti (Director DWW).

    Funded by New Zealand’s International Aid & Development Agency

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    [SOPAC Training Report 123 – Kleppen, Mathias H.]

    Copies of this report can be obtained from the:

    SOPAC Secretariat Private Mail Bag

    GPO, Suva Fiji Islands

    Phone: (679) 338 1377 Fax: (679) 337 0040

    Website: http://www.sopac.org Cataloguing in Publication Data: Kleppen, Mathias H. Water Loss Management Training Course; Rarotonga, Cook Islands 12th – 16th March 2007/Mathias H. Kleppen. – Suva: SOPAC, 2007 64 p. : ill. Key words: 1. Water Demand Management 2. Water Loss Management 3. Leak Detection 4. Water Conservation 5. Pressure Management

    I. SOPAC Training Report 123 II. Title

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    [SOPAC Training Report 123 – Kleppen, Mathias H.]

    TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ............................................................................................................................................................................................4 LIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS ..........................................................................................................................................................4 1. ABSTRACT .......................................................................................................................................................................................................5 2. BACKGROUND .......................................................................................................................................................................................................5 2.1 Programme Objective...................................................................................................................................................................................5 2.2 Training Objective ........................................................................................................................................................................................5 2.3 Facilitators ....................................................................................................................................................................................................6 2.4 Note on Equipment.......................................................................................................................................................................................6 3. DESCRIPTION OF DAILY TRAINING ACTIVITIES 3.1 Pre-Training Activities ...............................................................................................................................................................................7 3.2 Monday 3.2.1 Presentation: Programme Overview...............................................................................................................................................7 3.2.2 Presentation: Economic and Social Benefits of Water Loss Management ....................................................................................7 3.2.3 Presentation: Real Loss Management............................................................................................................................................8 3.2.4 Fieldwork: Leak Detection-Awareness Rising-Meter and Flow Logger Introduction ......................................................................8 3.3 Tuesday 3.3.1 Field Trip to Water Intakes............................................................................................................................................................10 3.3.2 Presentation: Rarotonga Water Works .........................................................................................................................................10 3.3.3 Presentation: System Sectorisation and management.................................................................................................................10 3.4 Wednesday 3.4.1 Reservoir Drop Test......................................................................................................................................................................11 3.4.2 Zero Pressure Test .......................................................................................................................................................................12 3.4.3 Presentation: the Benefits of Pressure Management for Water Loss Reduction .........................................................................12 3.4.4 Presentation: Using a Water Balance to Create a System Loss Management Plan....................................................................12 3.4.5 Exercise: Development of Sectorisation Plan...............................................................................................................................12 3.4.6 Presentation: Developing a Communication Strategy to Accompany a Water Loss Management Plan .....................................13 3.5 Thursday 3.5.1 Water Conservation and Water Auditing ......................................................................................................................................13 3.5.2 Fieldwork: Water Audits at Aro Mango, Pacific Resort and the Rarotongan................................................................................14 3.5.3 Afternoon Session: Noise Logger Interpretation...........................................................................................................................14 3.6 Friday 3.6.1 Fieldwork: Operation of Noise Correlators....................................................................................................................................14 3.6.2 Main Session: Production of System Loss Management Plans ...................................................................................................15 3.6.3 Squeezing the Box........................................................................................................................................................................16 3.6.4 Pressure Management .................................................................................................................................................................16 3.6.5 Speed and Quality of Repairs.......................................................................................................................................................17 3.6.6 Active Leakage Control.................................................................................................................................................................17 3.6.7 Pipeline and Assets Management ................................................................................................................................................18 3.6.8 Afternoon Session: Wrap Up ........................................................................................................................................................18 4. FOLLOW UP 4.1 Recap – Goal, Objective and Outputs of WDM Programme......................................................................................................................19 4.2 Future Work................................................................................................................................................................................................19 4.3 PIC’s System Loss Management Plans .....................................................................................................................................................20 4.4 Mentoring of WDM Staff in Australia ..........................................................................................................................................................20 5. LITERATURE LIST ................................................................................................................................................................................................21 Figures 1 Sound Survey with Ground Microphone ..................................................................................................................................................9 2 Rarotonga WDM Class of 2007 ...............................................................................................................................................................9 3 Cook Islands News Interview...................................................................................................................................................................9 4 Installation of Flow Logger at the Pacific Resort ...................................................................................................................................10 5 & 6 Installation of Flow/Pressure Logger at the Rarotongan .......................................................................................................................11 7 Conceptual Model ..............................................................................................................................................

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