West Virginia

Water Infrastructure Asset Management
West Virginia

West Viriginia requires water systems to implement approved asset management plans to qualify for funding. Annual updates to asset management plans must be submitted for approval.

MentorAPM in
West Virginia

MentorAPM makes reporting on asset criticality and the current state of your assets easy for submitting updated asset management plans to your state department.

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The New River is recognized as the “second oldest river in the world” and is estimated to be between 10 and 360 million years old. It is one of the few rivers in North America that flows south to north.

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State Asset Management

Opportunities and Obligations


  • Funding is available for engineering firms to assist with asset management planning.
  • To receive assistance from the Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Fund, systems are required to implement an approved asset management plan.


  • Systems are required to make annual updates to their asset management plans for state approval. This is required for a minimum of five years.


  • Asset management training is provided at events attended by PWSs.
  • Technical providers, including RCAP and West Virginia Rural Water Association, offer aid with asset management planning.
  • Asset management tools and guidance documents are available to PWS.
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