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Water Supply Infrastructure Course

  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019
  • 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM
  • Downtown Library Freespace (3rd Floor)
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AIA Huron Valley is pleased to join with Ann Arbor 2030 and Kohler to present a Continuing Education Lunch and Learn Event on Tuesday September 17th from 11:45 to 1:15 PM:  "Water Supply, Infrastructure and Conservation"

Location: Downtown Ann Arbor District Library, 3rd Floor Freespace

Parking: metered parking available on street or in parking garage nearby

Continuing Education: This presentation is accredited for 1 total LU/HSW continuing education credit and also GBCI course credit 

Event Description:

  • Arrive by 11:45 AM to check in 
  • Lunch and Learn Event with presentation and lunch provided by Kohler

Presentation Overview:

  • Water is essential to life on Earth. We use it every day for drinking, cooking, cleaning, irrigating, and much more. And while it is such an important part of our lives, we are facing mounting issues when it comes to droughts, flooding, and the systems and infrastructure by which we receive our water. This course covers local and global water supply and demand issues, our current water infrastructure systems and where they are failing, and new technologies and innovations that are helping create more sustainable water solutions for the future.

Learning Objectives: At the end of this program, participants will be able to
  1. Discuss current water supply and demand issues globally, in the U.S., and in your locale.
  2. Explain where our domestic water supply comes from and how it reaches buildings and homes.
  3. Recognize the threats to our aging water infrastructure and its risks to water quality and human health
  4. Discover how new technology and innovation in plumbing products address water conservation and quality without sacrificing performance, and how alternative plumbing systems might be the future.

Cost: FREE for AIAHV Members, Associate Members and Students, and for Non-Members

Presenters:  Kohler

Lunch will be provided.  

Questions? Contact: Jan Culbertson, jculbertson@a3c.com 

Please register soon as spaces are limited!

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