Safe and healthy buildings are on everyone's mind right now. Water quality should not be overlooked. If a building has been unoccupied or has experienced reduced occupancy for any amount of time, there are steps that need to be taken to safeguard the water supply. Cleveland Water has recommended protocols for flushing your building, the safe use of low flow fixtures, and ensuring there is no potential for waterborne pathogens.
Considering the Great Lakes are the largest freshwater system in the world, as a city on the shores of Lake Erie, we hold a special responsibility to conserve and manage water responsibly. Neptune Plumbing will present the latest systems for water conservation with a hint of what new technology might be on the horizon. We'll hear from MetroHealth on the water and stormwater management processes they have in place. Mitigating and managing stormwater is critical to eliminate overflow events that trigger public advisories and cause unhealthy water quality issues.
Join us for this informative session on water quality, management and conservation.
Brenda Culler, Project Coordinator, Lake Health and Water Quality Communications, Cleveland Water
Scott Moeglin, P.E., Water Quality Manager, Operations, Cleveland Water
Michael Wallenstein, President, Neptune Plumbing & Heating Co.
Sarah O'Keeffe, Director, Sustainability, The MetroHealth System
2 continuing education credits for: BOMA, AEE, ASHRAE, AIA HSW, self reporting for Professional Engineers and LEED
To self report credits for USGBC LEED Professionals find instructions here.
8:00 - 10:00 AM Program
$15 for members of the presenting organizations
$20 for non-members
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