WaterWorth Users

Who are WaterWorth Users? WaterWorth users tend to represent small and medium sized communities. Our biggest is home to 117,000 people and the smallest less than 1,000. The average population is 31,500 and the median 20,800. WaterWorth has the capability … Continue Reading

Case Study – Virgin Valley Water District

How The Virgin Valley Water District Got Off The Rates Roller Coaster Virgin Valley Water District (VVWD) in Nevada provides water services to residents in the City of Mesquite and Town of Bunkerville. Wanting to keep services affordable, the District … Continue Reading

Use Policy to Drive and Take the Heat Off Your Rate-Setting Process

Most WaterWorth customers are grappling with the challenge of getting their rates to where they should be to sustainably fund services, without drawing the ire of their Council, customers, or both. Having the right analytical tool in hand to make … Continue Reading

Release 2018.03.23

Brand new home page The next time you login, WaterWorth will have a new and improved home page, which will make it easier to navigate around the model.   WaterWorth now supports scenarios! You no longer need to manage your … Continue Reading

Release 2017.10.19

Be patient – first login takes a minute. Please note that if you haven’t logged into Waterworth in a while your next login may take a minute or so since your browser’s Waterworth cache will be cleared requiring a full … Continue Reading

Highlights from new report on investing in Canada’s urban water sustainability

The Forum for Leadership on Water has just released a report titled Smart, Strategic Investments for Urban Water Sustainability: Seizing Canada’s Infrastructure Moment. The report provides strategies and recommendations to help align anticipated investments in water infrastructure and governance with … Continue Reading

2016 Water Industry Outlook: Familiar Problems Carry New Urgency

A new report by Black & Veatch found that most key issues affecting the water industry in 2016 are linked to funding and cost concerns. The distinct but related challenges of aging water and wastewater infrastructure, managing capital costs, and … Continue Reading

How Does Your Community Stack Up? Insights from the 2016 BC Municipal Water Survey

The BC Municipal Water Survey 2016, undertaken by the Water Planning Lab at UBC’s School of Community and Regional Planning, provides an overview of water consumption and pricing, metering coverage, and conservation initiatives across British Columbia. The data are based … Continue Reading

Worth Every Penny: A Primer on Conservation-Oriented Water Pricing

Worth Every Penny: A Primer on Conservation-Oriented Water Pricing provides an overview of conservation-oriented water pricing for decision makers, water utilities and service providers in Canada. It explains how water pricing works, what the benefits are, and how water utilities … Continue Reading