WaterSense labeled homes are designed to reduce residential water use indoors and out — allowing homes to use less water and energy, and increasing savings on utility bills. In fact, compared to a typical home, a WaterSense labeled home can save a family of four 50,000 gallons of water a year or more! That's enough to wash 2,000 loads of laundry and could amount to utility bill savings of up to $600 each year. Participants will be introduced to the criteria required and the steps needed to achieve a WaterSense labeled home.
1. About partnering with WaterSense and what goes into building a WaterSense labeled home.
2. About the certification process and how it provides homeowners with confidence that their home is water-efficient AND high performing.
3. How they can help bring WaterSense labeled homes to their communities
4. How WaterSense helps to save water, energy, and money on utility bills.
Continuing Education Units (CEUS)
Olga M. Cano hold a BA in Architecture and a Masters in Environmental Engineering. As part of the WaterSense team she works on the New Homes portfolio focusing on WaterSense New Homes certification, water efficiency in homes, energy efficiency as it relates to water heating and distribution.
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