Water Infrastructure Asset Management

Kansas offers up to 10 extra points on State Revolving Fund applications for public water systems using asset management plans. The Kansas Department of Health and the Environment sponsors a helpful asset management manual developed by the Southwest Environmental Finance Center.

MentorAPM in

Public utilities can use MentorAPM asset management tools like Asset Collector, Criticality Analyzer and Asset Investment Planner to create your asset inventory and develop your asset management program.

Did you know

Water is considered Kansas’s most important natural resource, with level basin terraces on cropland in western Kansas capable of holding 1 inch of runoff, which would be over 4 million gallons of water per quarter section of land. One acre of irrigated corn in western Kansas uses over 400,000 gallons of water per season during a dry year.

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State Asset Management

Opportunities and Obligations


  • ‍If a system has an AM plan, additional points can be added to a State Revolving Loan Fund (SRF) application. Up to 10 points are awarded in the loan ranking system for systems developing and/or utilizing an AM plan.


  • KanWork provides training with a focus on AM to Kansas public water supply systems.
  • A focus on the five core components of AM is utilized in onsite technical assistance.
  • Asset Management plan development is guided by The KanWork Manual, developed by the Southwest Environmental Finance Center


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