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Webinar: Water and Energy--Can we conserve both?

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When Apr 12, 2011
from 09:30 AM to 11:00 AM
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Water Conservation: half-empty or half-full?

Regional Webinar Series

Water and Energy: Can we conserve both?

10:30 am ET to 12 pm ET; April 12, 2011

Households' water use decisions have direct implications for the energy use in water production. This webinar will discuss the methodology for estimating greenhouse gas emissions associated with water production, and present estimates of reduced electrical use resulting from homeowners’ water conservation. The session will conclude with a question-and-answer session. Our goal is to answer all the questions you may have!

Presenters:

Jennison Kipp, Resource Economist, Program for Resource Efficient Communities, University of Florida (bio)

David Bracciano, Demand Management Coordinator, Tampa Bay Water, Florida; a board member on the Alliance for Water Efficiency; chairman of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Water Efficiency Programs and Technology Committee; and an AWWA Water Conservation Division trustee

Program for Resource Efficient Communities, University of Florida

The Program for Resource Efficient Communities (PREC) promotes the adoption of best design, construction, and management practices in new residential community developments that measurably reduce energy, water consumption, and environmental degradation.

Additional Information:

PREC Home Page
PREC Research Publications
PREC Educational Programs

Tampa Bay Water, Florida

Tampa Bay Water is a regional water supply authority that provides wholesale water to three cities and three counties in the Tampa Bay region. Its responsibilities include planning, developing, producing, and delivering a high-quality drinking water supply, and advocating for the protection of the public’s water resources.

Additional Information:

Tampa Bay Water Home Page
Tampa Bay Water - Conservation

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