The CEATI interest group program model was designed to combine inter-utility benchmarking and information exchange to develop practical projects yielding results that have immediate impacts for our participants.
A common issue can be brought to the attention of the group by a CEATI participant, or CEATI staff member, participants are then given the opportunity to address the issue by co-funding a related project. Participants also have the option of bringing their own projects to the table to solicit both technical and financial support from the group. Unlike other organizations, CEATI Participants have the freedom to select which projects they would like to fund and which projects they would like to abstain from funding.
Benefits of Participation in CEATI Interest Groups:
- Networking with industry professionals
- Leveraging project costs
- Access to international expertise
- Cost-effective project management
- Full-service project administration
- New Technologies development at a significantly lower cost