Please join Urban Green Council for an introduction to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense program and its impact on residential water use.
Special thanks to Thornton Tomasetti for hosting this event.
A partnership program by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, WaterSense seeks to protect the national water supply by offering simple ways to reduce water use through water-efficient products and services. The program brings together a variety of stakeholders to promote the value of water efficiency, provide consumers with easy ways to save water, encourage innovation in manufacturing, and decrease water use and reduce strain on water resources and infrastructure.
The roundtable discussion will be led by Lorne LaMonica and Elaine Rossi-Griffin of the EPA. The two will introduce the WaterSense label and discuss the program's mission, current water efficiency efforts, and partners in detail.
Lorne LaMonica, Environmental Scientist, WaterSense Program, EPA Region 2
Lorne has worked for EPA for over 20 years using a multi-media approach toward environmental protection from support for Superfund Site Remediation projects, to Environmental Impact Statements in the NEPA program, to various "cross - cutter" reviews for environmental resources.
Elaine Rossi, Program Coordinator, Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program
Elaine is a Program Coordinator with Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program. She has an extensive background in higher education program and project management. Since 2007, she has been responsible for water conservation programming.
GBCI CE Hours (LEED CMP Credits): 1.0
Suggested CMP Reporting Categories: Water Management, Project systems and energy impacts, Stakeholder involvement and public outreach
AIA Continuing Education Credit: HSW/SD 1.0
(AIA credits may also be used by NY State Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors - See Sections 17 & 18 here )
51 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10010
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