Hawaii

Water Infrastructure Asset Management
Hawaii
Intro

Hawaii requires public water systems to include asset management in mandatory Water System Business Plans. Assistance for asset management planning is available to disadvantaged water systems.

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MentorAPM’s asset investment planning tools support Water System Business plan development.

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State Asset Management

Opportunities and Obligations

Funding

  • Disadvantaged water systems are identified by a priority ranking system utilized by the Safe Drinking Water Branch (SDWB) of Hawaii State Department of Health DWSRF. A range of investments, including the development of asset management planning for water systems, are offered.

Regulatory

  • To modernize Hawaii’s Capacity Development strategy and bring AM plans to PWSs, SDWB will require PWSs to submit documents utilizing the five core components. SDWB’s Capacity Evaluation of New Water Systems form is designed as an asset management plan for small systems; all new community and NTNC systems must submit for SDWB’s review and approval with this document.
  • The Water System Business plans must include asset management components and a long-term funding strategy; these plans are required for all PWSs.
  • While sanitary surveys are being conducted, systems are required to develop a Water System Business Plan, including AM components.

Assistance

  • ‍The Capacity Evaluation of New Water Systems form is designed as an asset management plan for small systems, and all new NTNC and community systems must submit for SDWB’s review and approval with this form.

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