Join us for Global Connections Day — Water: Safety, Efficiency, and Conservation as experts from around the world convene for an interactive day dedicated to our most precious natural resource. Learn about novel approaches and new technologies that are being employed in the U.S. and internationally to address the water challenges of the global community.
There will be a fee of $25 for lunch.
The Code Council is committed to protecting and ensuring the safety of water supplies and sources throughout the United States and the world. This year, we share this commitment through our water-focused Global Connections Day in conjunction with the US Water Alliance’s “Imagine a Day Without Water” campaign. For more information about the campaign, please visit www.imagineadaywithoutwater.org.
“Las Vegas’ Wager on Innovation and Sustainable Water Management”
Deputy General Manager, Engineering and Operations, Southern Nevada Water Authority
“Widening the Lens on Water Safety Oversight”
“Public Health and Utility Leaders Collaborate to Advance Onsite Water Reuse”
“Addressing Water Scarcity on the Driest Continent on Earth: Lessons Learned in Australia”
Chief Executive, Australian Building Codes Board
“Challenges of Smart Connected Devices that Could Drive Sustainability”
Strategic Technologies/Toro Company
“A Design Professional’s Guide to Onsite Water Use and Reuse”
Co-Founder & COO, Urban Fabrick Inc. and Co-Founder & Executive Director, The William J. Worthen Foundation
“RESNET HERS h2O: A New Standard for the Water/Energy Nexus”
ICC EVP & RESNET Board Member
“Water Efficiency and Conservation in the California Building Standards Code (Title 24, California Code of Regulations)”
Open Panel Discussion on Water Challenges – led by ICC Sustainability Membership Council
“A Global Snapshot of Conservation, Efficiency & Rainwater Harvesting programs – multiple approaches to similar problems” — a panel discussion with representatives from North America, Europe and Asia
Colorado Code Consulting
Implementation of LID Using Rainwater Harvest/Reuse and Groundwater Recharge in the Los Angeles Basin