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Thursday, May 27, 2010
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Breakfast & Learn: Water Conservation

Northeast Ohio Chapter of the USGBC brings you this informative session on water conservation.

Whether you are specifying plumbing products that meet the criteria of LEED initiatives, reducing facility operating costs or accommodating the preferences of home owners, environmentally conscious fixtures can help you address the challenging demands of your client. This session will cover general water conservation, LEED standards and how to specify water-saving plumbing solutions that contribute to the big picture. This program is registered with the AIA/CES for 1 unit continuing professional education. Continental breakfast served and attendees will have a chance to win water efficient products. No cost to attend. But advance registration required at www.neogreenbuilding.org.

 

Northeast Ohio Chapter of the USGBC brings you this informative session on water conservation. Whether you are specifying plumbing products that meet the criteria of LEED initiatives, reducing facility operating costs or accommodating the preferences of home owners, environmentally conscious fixtures can help you address the challenging demands of your client. This session will cover general water conservation, LEED standards and how to specify water-saving plumbing solutions that contribute to the big picture. This program is registered with the AIA/CES for 1 unit continuing professional education. Continental breakfast served and attendees will have a chance to win water efficient products. No cost to attend. But advance registration required at www.neogreenbuilding.org.  

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