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Asset Management at OC San : An OCWA Webinar

  • 17 Mar 2021
  • 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online MICROSOFT TEAMS Webinar


  • The Meeting Link will be emailed
    when participants Register.
  • The Meeting Link will be emailed
    when participants Register.

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The Role of Asset Management
in Support of OC Sanitation’s


Hosted by OCWA.
Sponsored by
Hazen and DN Tanks.

March 17, 2021 – 12:30 pm


Eros Yong

Engineering Manager
for the Planning Division,

Orange County Sanitation District

We’re Proud to Recognize
Our Sponsors
for the March 2021 Webinar:

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to learn more about our MarchSponsors.

In a year with few high points,
OCWA created many in 2020
with the introduction
of our Luncheon Webinar Series.

Join us, March 17, as we continue
our quality programming in 2021
with a look at the ongoing effort
OC Sanitation District
is putting into its
Asset Management Program.

As always, our
will be offered FREE
to our Members. 

Non-Members Still Pay
Only $10.00

About Our Presentation

In an effort to maintain operational efficiency while maximizing capital value, utilities across the nation have committed to developing robust Asset Management Programs. An exceptionally useful tool, Asset Management is a process water and wastewater utilities, and their corporate partners, can use to make sure that planned maintenance is conducted and capital assets (pumps, motors, pipes, etc.) repaired, replaced, or upgraded on time and within budget.

Using its own take on Asset Management, the Orange County Sanitation District (OC San) is committed to establishing a robust understanding of the condition and performance of nearly $11 billion in critical and major assets. By maintaining its focus on monitoring and tracking the performance of all its assets, OC San ensures its ability to meet established levels of service. It also enables the District to keep accurate track of all maintenance plans and renewal programs, while it brings to light any corrective actions needed to improve performance should expectations not be met.

OC San’s Asset Management Plan is a tactical document that captures operational strategies, maintenance plans, and capital improvement implementation on a continual basis. This is critical to the process, for a primary characteristic of a successful Asset Management Program is continual improvement. And OC San is dedicated, above all, to making this program pay dividends in every way possible.

Join us, March 17, when Eros Yong, Engineering Manager for OC San’s Planning Division, takes us for an in-depth look at the District’s ongoing efforts for asset management. She will show us the approach the District took to develop the program, share details on the process, and give valuable insight on how it is used on a daily basis.

You won’t want to miss this presentation. This is a process useful to all water and wastewater agencies, no matter the size. We all have assets. Utilizing them wisely, and protecting their useful life, is a necessity for both modern utilities and their corporate partners. Make plans today to attend.

OCWA Members with Reservations:  FREE

Non-Members with Reservations:  $10.00

The Meeting Link will be emailed
when participants Register.

Cancellations received AFTER Tuesday, March 16,
CANNOT be refunded.

About Our Speaker

Eros Yong
Engineering Manager
for the Planning Division,
Orange County Sanitation District

Eros Yong is the Engineering Manager for the Planning Division at the Orange County Sanitation District (OC San). Her group’s primary duties include developing and maintaining a comprehensive capital improvement program as well as an asset management program. The goal of these programs is to ensure OC San’s $10.7 billion worth of assets can reliably collect and treat the wastewater generated by 2.6 million people in North and Central Orange County.

Eros has over 23 years of experience in the water/wastewater industry. Prior to joining OC San, Eros managed and worked on water, wastewater and stormwater projects while she was with Lee and Ro (three years) and Brown and Caldwell (12 years).  Eros holds a B.S. and a M.S. in Civil/Environmental Engineering from UCLA.  

Outside of work, Eros is a mother of two boys, ages 12 and 14. She enjoys outdoors activities such as hiking and backpacking.  She loves to cook (and eat) and to spend time with her family.

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