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Water Conservation for Contractors (Efficiency Works Training)
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Efficiency Works event. Join us for a discussion on water efficiency trends, including greywater regulations and uptake of efficiency products.

When: July 30
Where: Training Room
700 Wood Street
Fort Collins

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This is an Efficiency Works event.  Training will be held in the Training room at 700 Wood St., Fort Collins, from 8:30am-10:00am.  Snack and refreshments will be served

Efficient plumbing benefits everyone—it decreases water use, lowers costs and helps Fort Collins meet local conservation goals. Thanks to new code requirements, financial incentives and growing community awareness, it pays to establish your business as water efficiency experts.
Join us for a discussion on water efficiency trends, including:
Graywater Regulations – Sybil Sharvelle (Colorado State University), reviews upcoming rules regarding the installation and maintenance of graywater systems in Colorado.

Uptake of Efficiency Products – Brian Dunbar (Institute for the Built Environment) and Lucas Mouttet (Fort Collins Utilities) will present on water efficiency and barriers to installing high-efficiency fixtures
Information will be available on future trainings that can give your business an advantage through education and local opportunities. Register to attend at
Speaker bios –
Dr. Sybil Sharvelle is an Assistant Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and is a member of the Environmental Engineering focus area. She received her doctoral degree from Purdue University, where she developed a biological processor for treatment of graywater for potable reuse during long duration space missions. Through this project, Dr. Sharvelle gained extensive experience in the area of water reuse, with focus on emerging contaminants. She is currently working on wastewater and graywater reuse projects in the western region, where water supplies are limited.
Brian Dunbar is Executive Director of the Institute for the Built Environment (IBE) and Professor Emeritus at Colorado State University. Through IBE, Brian has guided project work and facilitated design charrettes for the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, American Institute of Architects, cities, numerous school districts, and the Colorado Governor’s Energy Office. Since 2004, Brian has annually been selected as a LEED faculty member by the U.S. Green Building Council. Brian is co-author of “147 Tips on Teaching Sustainability” and his sustainable building teaching and research has been honored and recognized by the AIA, the USGBC-Colorado Chapter, the Colorado Governor, the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado, communities, businesses and universities.

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