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Free Green Building Webinar: Why Use the Certified Water Rating Index (WRI)? October 6, 12 pm EST

Water Supply,Water Efficiency,Water Managment

by samanthaklein Intern

The 2020 ICC-700 National Green Building Standard (NGBS) introduced the Water Rating Index (WRI) as a new optional path for homes to demonstrate compliance with water efficiency criteria. Like the HERS and ERI ratings, a WRI score is a valu… more...

0 replies | 1039 views | Posted on: 09/23/2021 | Last updated: 09/23/2021

USGBC LA Webinar: Thought Leadership Series - Reusing & Rethinking Water, September 30, 4-5:30 PT

Water Supply,Recycling,Community

by samanthaklein Intern

This webinar is an informed discussion with local leaders on how we address water use during this critical and ongoing time of drought across California and the Western US. The conference will be covering everything from water reuse policy,… more...

0 replies | 937 views | Posted on: 09/03/2021 | Last updated: 09/03/2021

Online: WaterSense V2.0: flexibility and water-efficiency options, July 7, 12-1 PM EDT

LEED,Water Efficiency,WaterSense,Water flexibility

by Richard Minasian Student

EPA has rolled out the Water Sense Labeled Homes Version 2. This updated version of the program will provide the industry with additional flexibility to while still meeting the water efficiency and performance standards that consumers expec… more...

0 replies | 761 views | Posted on: 06/17/2021 | Last updated: 06/17/2021

Webinar: Driving Potable Water Reduction in Residential Projects, March 25 12 pm EDT

Water Supply,Water,Residential Green Building

by samanthaklein Intern

In this two-hour interactive webinar, participants will be guided through the results of a Seattle-based cost-benefit analysis called "A Decision Maker's Guide to Cost-Effective Residential Potable Water Reduction in Seattle, WA&qu… more...

0 replies | 623 views | Posted on: 02/28/2021 | Last updated: 03/01/2021

Free GreenCE webinar: Water Restoration for Green Building - Beyond Your Walls, February 17, 1 pm EST

Water,water reuse

by samanthaklein Intern

In 2015, Global Water Crisis was listed as the Number 1 threat facing the planet over the next decade. Higher than Infectious Disease, Weapons of Mass Destruction and even Climate Change. Our responsibility to conserve and restore water to … more...

0 replies | 798 views | Posted on: 02/07/2021 | Last updated: 02/07/2021

Building Resilience: Resilient Water Systems, December 3, Los Angeles, CA

USGBC,Resilience,Resilient water systems

by abu417 Climate Connoisseur. Eco-Maniac. Solar Sommelier.

Access to clean drinking water is a fundamental human right. California’s water system faces a variety of challenges, from drought to an aging water infrastructure, to changes in precipitation. Learn how resilience principles apply to… more...

0 replies | 741 views | Posted on: 11/14/2019 | Last updated: 11/14/2019

Fort Collins Companies Spearhead Net Zero Water Management Tool

Water,Net Zero Water Management,Fort Collins

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Five Fort Collins companies led by sustainability engineering and planning firm Brendle Group have spearheaded the Net Zero Water (NZW) Initiative and have created the Net Zero Water (NZW) toolkit to achieve water neutrality. Objectives … more...

0 replies | 1331 views | Posted on: 09/16/2015 | Last updated: 09/16/2015


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