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Evaluating Building Water Use Efficiency and Future Costs

This interactive workshop is based on water audits of a number of commercial and institutional facilities. Attendees will examine and discuss four topics key topics to increase their understanding and strategic use of water in a variety of facilities:

  1. Where and how much water is used by each operation within the facility by type
  2. Average reductions in water use based on the decades of water audit experience
  3. A look at current and future cost implications of water and sewer costs based on current inflation rates for both water and energy
  4. How these rising costs could impact one's return on investment by water conservation implementation
The workshop concludes with key insights into selecting a water audit team as part of a comprehensive facility energy and water use analysis.

Learning Objectives:

1. Analyze where water is used within a facility
2. Understand how much water use costs including water, sewer, energy, treatment and related costs
3. Review a typical water savings achievable based on actual water conservation audit experience
4. Assess how inflation trends for both water and energy utilities may impact return on investment in the future
Session Details Start Time: 5/16/2017 1:00:00 PM End Time: 5/16/2017 3:00:00 PM Presented By:

Bill Hoffman
Principal
H.W. Hoffman and Associates


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Room Number: M1/2 Audience: Intermediate CEU: 0.1 Track: Energy, Sustainability and TechnologyVIEW ALL

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