Water Conservation Practices and Technologies

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Course Overview

Learn from nationally known water conservation expert, engineer and author Amy L. Vickers, whose award-winning book, "Handbook of Water Use and Conservation" will be provided.

Who Should Attend?

Who should attend?

  • Engineers, building managers, and physical plant professionals
  • Food and beverage plants and industrial water users
  • Landscape and irrigation professionals
  • Consultants and green building professionals
  • Federal bases, water agencies, and regulatory staff
  • Others who want to learn more about water conservation technologies

Course Outline

Monitoring water use and costs in your facility

How to conduct a water audit

Preparing a site water balance

Practices and technology for high volume water users

Water-smart landscaping and irrigation practices

Water metering technology developments

Plumbing and fixture technology developments

Graywater, rainwater harvesting, and industrial reuse options

The US EPA WaterSense program

Regulatory policies and financial perspectives

Field water audits and facility efficiency tour

Case studies from across the US

Exercises to apply what you’ve learned

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Ned Paschke

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