Tampa Bay Branch - Rainwater Harvesting & LEED

  • 05 Nov 2009
  • 11:30 AM
  • Landry’s Seafood House on the Courtney Campbell Causeway 7616 W Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa 33607
  • 30

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LUNCH and LEARN SERIES

Rainwater Harvesting & LEED

If rainwater harvesting were used in only 15% of landscape irrigation in the U.S. that would equate to over 1 Billion Gallons of water saved EVERYDAY.

Come learn how different technologies turn into LEED points, offering your clients the most cost effective and water efficient solutions available, adding value to your firm and proposals. Water conservation has become a necessary element to most new development projects.
A roof area of 1,000 square feet arainwater hevesting.jpgnd one inch of rain equals over 600 gallons of pristine water! Rain is a perfectly pure source of water that is inexhaustible, no matter where you live.

An average home uses 40%-60% of its water for landscape irrigation. Harvesting rainwater can reduce your overall water consumption by replacing the source from municipal water to rain water. Imagine watering your small garden with pure natural rainwater.

Thursday, November 5th
Registration starts 11:30 am
Program Begins 12:00


Landry’s Seafood House
on the Courtney Campbell Causeway
7616 W Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa 33607

$20 Chapter members
$30 Non Members
$35 Walk-ins


Registration cost includes
Program & lunch buffet


USGBC Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, c/o Florida Atlantic University, College of Engineering and Computer Science,
777 Glades Road, Room EE 329, Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991, info@usgbc-fgc.org / 561-373-7367
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