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An upcoming webinar gives tips on how to be wise with water.

| May 22, 2013

Join Judith Benson, EPA WaterSense 2010 Irrigation Partner of the Year, to explore the concepts, components and controllers behind smart irrigation, and learn how these advanced controls and water saving components can improve your organization's water-energy efficiency, landscaping and public spaces and savings.

In this webinar you'll learn the ins and outs of controllers and grab a glimpse into other water-saving components including available technologies, use in residential and commercial markets, cost, and return on investment. We'll discuss independent testing results from across the nation and major regions, as well as the implementation and maintenance best management practices leading to reduced water consumption, increased savings, and greener, lusher landscapes.

For those of you considering a rebate or renovation program in your area, we will also review successful rebate programs currently offered by purveyors and municipalities. Join Benson to find out what's being done, what you may need to know to implement a program, and what the anticipated costs and resource savings are that can be gained. Additionally, we'll discuss how to identify and locate qualified contractors to assist you, your organization and community.

Register here.

 

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