Water planners must account for potential changes in climate, population, the economy and other variables.
By Kristi Delynko
For a Denver Water planner, the ability to zip back and forth across decades would certainly make the job of predicting future water demand much easier. “Try telling a planner he can’t predict the future — it’s a hard reality for us to accept,” said Greg Fisher, manager of demand planning. “But the fact is, no one can predict the future with absolute certainty, so we have to be ready for a variety of scenarios.”
Planning is a continuous process at Denver Water, and while we don’t budget…
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