Canadian Architect


Net Zero Water for Buildings and Sites

June 24, 2016
545 King Street West, Toronto, ON, M5V 1M1

You’re invited to attend Net Zero Water for Buildings and Sites training on Friday, June 24th following the Canadian Water Summit.

Net Zero Water for Buildings and Sites is a world-class professional development opportunity for those who are serious about pushing the boundaries of green buildings and sustainable water use.

This comprehensive full-day workshop presents tools and techniques for designers and practitioners seeking to reduce their dependence on municipal infrastructure through water harvesting, storage, treatment, efficient distribution, and reuse. Learn best practices for achieving net zero water use, and become an industry leader in Ontario.

Sample the course for FREE:
Introduction to Net Zero Water

Access the free 20-minute “Introduction to Net Zero Water for Buildings and Sites” here.

Enjoy this complimentary online presentation by award-winning landscape architect, Jeffrey Bruce, FASLA, LEED, ASIC, GRP, as he examines the core concepts that comprise the Net Zero Water approach to system design – a critical component of the move towards truly sustainable buildings.

Explore the seven stages in the Integrated Water Cycle and learn to identify and describe different sources of water for harvest.

Tuition includes breakfast, lunch, and a 400-page reference guide.

Canadian Water Summit attendees receive a $100 discount.

GRHC members receive a $100 discount.

This program was developed in cooperation with the American Society of Irrigation Consultants (ASIC) and sponsored by Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply, Hunter Industries, and Jeffrey L. Bruce & Company.

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