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Participating project partners include the following:
• Echologics, Utilis and Stream Control – Leak detection/
prevention technology vendors
• California Energy Commission – Project funding
• California American Water – Southern California water
utility test beds
• American Water Technology and Innovation Group – Project
• Hazen and Sawyer – Assistant Project management,
technical support and embedded energy calculations
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Van Arsdel, J.H. (2017). Consider Your Leak Detection Options.
Eric Dole, P.E., P.S.A.P., is the Denver-based Water
and Energy Practice Leader and West Region Water
Facilities Team Leader for Garver. He is a licensed
professional engineer in Arizona and Colorado. Dole
has more than 19 years of experience and specializes
in sustainable engineering of water and wastewater infrastructure.
He is also certified as a Pump Systems Assessment Professional
through Hydraulics Institute.
Thomas Worley-Morse is a Principal Engineer with
Hazen and Sawyer specializing in the analysis,
design, and construction of water and wastewater
Tori Yokoyama is a Senior Associate with Hazen and
Sawyer specializing in planning and design of water
distribution system facilities.
Lynn Grijalva, P.E., is a Vice President for Hazen
and Sawyer in Los Angeles, where she directs sustainability
projects in water loss, climate resiliency,
groundwater remediation and erosion protection.
Diane Roher is an Assistant Engineer with Hazen
and Sawyer. She specializes in hydrologic and
groundwater modeling as well as data analytics,
especially regarding the analysis and design of
water and wastewater treatment facilities.
Ben Stanford is an Associate Vice President at Hazen
and Sawyer, based in Denver, Colorado. Ben is
actively engaged in projects related to utility innovation
across water, wastewater, and water reuse.