Ace 10 conference green plumbersusa - 2 tips from each of the 5 core courses

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Ace 10 conference green plumbersusa - 2 tips from each of the 5 core courses

  1. 1. Aichele + KLEE
  2. 2. Stephen Lehtonen Megan Lehtonen Chairman/CEO President
  3. 3. Genesis August 2007 - January 17, 2008 Alliance with – Website Launch Australia 2007 2008Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec September 2007 – Beta workshops
  4. 4. Progress July 2008 – End of 2008 – May 2008 – Requests for To Date: 19,000 unique workshops from 100+ workshops visitors to website all 50 states 3000+ GPs trained2008Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec October 2008 – December 2008 May 2008 – WaterSmart – Beta Testing for North America Innovations: Online Agreement A Success! Workshops
  5. 5. Progress Early 2009 – Beta 2012 – Market 2009 – Major Testing of Online Training served by 40,000 Training and Champions of Expansion Install Programs Conservation2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 February 2009 – Fall 2009 – First Train the WaterSmart Trainer Course in Innovations ‘09 Sacramento
  6. 6. TRAINING PROGRAMS Regional live “5 workshop” packages  Inspection Report Services  Water Efficient Technologies  Caring for our Water  Solar Hot Water  Climate Care On-line Training Train the Trainer Programs
  7. 7. WATER FODDER 1 in ___ homes in the US has a water leak
  8. 8. WATER FODDER 1 in 318 homes in the US has a water leak
  9. 9. Accreditation Program 5 Courses / 32 HoursInspection Report Services• Water and Energy Audits• Commercial / Industrial and Residential Buildings• Creating a Master Plan for Future Improvements
  10. 10. The Audit Kit1. Flow Meter2. Pressure Gauge3. Drip Calculator4. Calculator5. Stopwatch6. Mirror 13. IRS Checklist7. Teflon Tape 14. Rain Gauge8. Showerheads 15. Rain Gear9. Aerators 16. Screw Drivers10. Question List 17. Wrenches11. Conservation Program Literature 18. Flashlight12. Dye Tablets or Food Coloring
  11. 11. The Audit Kit1. Flow Meter 10. Question List2. Pressure Gauge 11. Conservation Program Literature3. Drip Calculator 12. Dye Tablets or Food Coloring4. Calculator 13. IRS Checklist5. Stopwatch 14. Rain Gauge6. Mirror 15. Rain Gear7. Teflon Tape 16. Screw Drivers8. Showerheads 17. Wrenches9. Aerators 18. Flashlight
  12. 12. Commercial Water Audits
  13. 13. WATER FODDER It costs over $___ Billion annually to operate the United States water systems
  14. 14. WATER FODDER It costs over $3.5 Billion annually to operate the United States water systems
  15. 15. Accreditation Program 5 Courses / 32 HoursWater Efficient Technology• Reuse/Recycled Water• Rainwater and Greywater• Septic Tanks and Aerated Wastewater Treatment Systems• Environmental and public health and safety regulations
  16. 16. Graywater
  17. 17. Suitable Sources of Graywater for Urban Re-use1. Bathroom Lavatories2. Bathtubs & Showers3. Washing Machines (Dependant upon washable contents)4. Laundry Trays
  18. 18. Potential Benefits Associated with Graywater1. Reduced Potable Water Use2. Nutrients can be Beneficial to Plants3. Reclamation of Nutrients by the Soil4. Reduced Impact on Septic Systems and Wastewater Treatment Plants5. Lower Water & Sewer Bills
  19. 19. Potential Risks Associated with Graywater1. Health Risks2. Water Quality (Run Off)3. Backflow4. Sodium Buildup in Soil (Powdered Detergents)5. Landscapes Damage from Toxic Chemicals6. Irrigation of Root Vegetables7. Ponding8. Improper Storage & Treatment
  20. 20. WATER FODDER Water Footprint (gallons/capita/year): Global Average: _____ USA Average: _____
  21. 21. WATER FODDER Water Footprint (gallons/capita/year): Global Average: 325K USA Average: 650K
  22. 22. Accreditation Program 5 Courses / 32 HoursCaring for our Water•Existing water-efficient products•New Technolgy•Reducing Household WaterConsumption•Storm Water runoff pollution andprevention
  23. 23. Understanding the Value of Conserved WaterConserved water is least expensive way to add system capacity It is water you already have It does not have to be pumped, treated, or distributed It allows a region to grow while reducing the need for costly upgrades to existing infrastructure Waste-water treatment plants Storagetanks Water mains
  24. 24. WATER FODDER Excluding “Splash Out” Pools lose ___” of water daily to evaporation
  25. 25. WATER FODDER Excluding “Splash Out” Pools lose 1/2- 1” of water daily to evaporation
  26. 26. Accreditation Program 5 Courses / 32 HoursSolar Hot Water•Solar Hot Water Technology•State Rebate Information•Sizing & Installation Requirements•Retro Fitting•New Technology
  27. 27. Does it really work? 
  28. 28. Solar Domestic Hot Water SystemsClassicboxed andglazedcollector
  29. 29. WATER FODDER It takes ____ times as much water than in the bottle to manufacture and transport a liter of Fiji Water to America
  30. 30. WATER FODDER It takes 6.74 times as much water than in the bottle to manufacture and transport a liter of Fiji Water to America
  31. 31. Accreditation Program 5 Courses / 32 HoursClimate Care•Hot Water Heating•Energy Consumption•Heating Appliances•Cooling Appliances•Greenhouse Gas Abatement
  32. 32. Water Use Cycle Energy Intensities (kWh/MG)Source Supply & Water Treatment Water Conveyance Distribution [100-16,000] [700-1,200] [0-16,000] End-use Agricultural Recycled Water Recycled Water Residential Treatment Distribution Commercial Industrial [400-1,200] Wastewater Wastewater Discharge Treatment Collection [0-400] [1,100-4,600] Water Use CycleSource Boundary
  33. 33. The Hot Water System• Treatment and Delivery to the Building• Use in the Building – Water Heater – Piping Which is the biggest variable – Fixtures, Fittings and Appliances in determining – Behavior water and energy use? – Water Down the Drain• Waste Water Removal and Treatment
  34. 34. Plumbers can be THE solution Survey of Plumbing Contractors = 2.8 calls per day If GreenPlumbers® trains 1,500 Plumbers x 2.8 calls per day = Over 1 Million houses per year.If each Plumber saves just 20 gallons of water per house per day the number of gallons saved over a year would be: 7.36 Billion gallons
  35. 35. Why GreenPlumbers? GreenPlumbers provides you with the answers to the questions your customers are asking about sustainable plumbing. GreenPlumbers provides you with the opportunity to differentiate your company and to tap into an emerging market of eco-conscious consumers.
  36. 36. The Plumber Protects the Health of the Nation
  37. 37. TheGreenPlumber Protects the Resources of the Planet
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