Rainwater Harvesting: Could It Benefit Your Organization? An Introduction To An Increasingly Important Process
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Population growth, changes in weather patterns, and increased storm runoff are all putting a strain on traditional water supplies – especially in urban areas. Groundwater levels are declining, and municipal treatment plants are struggling to meet current demands.
Water availability is a major concern for everyone, including industrial organizations. Could rainwater harvesting be an option for you?
An integrated rainwater harvesting process can both increase water availability and decrease your costs, but it's important to know all the facts before you begin. Join us on June 8 for an in-depth webinar that will cover everything you need to know.
- A overview and explanation of the rainwater harvesting process
- The types of water demands that can be satisfied by harvested rainwater
- How to determine if such a program could be beneficial to your company
- The steps involved in performing a detailed cost-benefit analysis of your options
- Industrial and retail situations that are prime candidates for rainwater harvesting programs
- Best practices your rainwater harvesting system should follow, and real-life success stories
- The applicable laws and regulations you need to be aware of
About your Speaker:
Sarah Lawson joined Rainwater Management Solutions while completing her PhD in environmental sciences at the University of Virginia in 2008. Her interest in water quality and conservation began during her college years at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida, where she studied environmental and public policy with an emphasis on international relations.
Since joining RMS, Lawson has designed over fifty rainwater harvesting systems and frequently written magazine articles on rainwater harvesting. These articles have appeared in Stormwater Solutions, Plumbing Engineering and other media outlets. Lawson has also presented in-person and through webcasts to designers, regulators and contractors on rainwater harvesting, in addition to being the first author on the second edition of the Virginia Rainwater Harvesting Manual.
Benjamin Sojka is a partner in Rainwater Management Solutions and holds the position of Vice President of Design/Engineering. A graduate of The University of Virginia's school of Architecture under the tenure of Dean William McDonough, Sojka has assisted in the design and oversight of construction of multiple McDonough projects.
Sojka is frequently an invited speaker on rainwater harvesting throughout the United States and has consulted on the design of numerous rainwater harvesting systems.
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