Water Efficiency in LEED v4

Every Drop Counts: Water Efficiency in LEED v4

Operations
Title: Green Anarchy: Renegades Who Changed Design
Title: 10 Things You Need to Know about LEED v4
Title: HPD: An Ingredient List for the Built Environment
Title: Buildings are for People: Design Strategies for Occupant Engagement
Title: LEED v4 Project Teams
Title: Don’t Build Here: Site Selection Strategies to Protect our Wild Spaces
Title: Every Drop Counts: Applying Water Efficiency Strategies
Title: Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs): Specifying Sustainable Materials to Save the Planet
Title: Breathe Easy: Strategies to Support Healthy Indoor Air
Title: LEED v4: Quality Views: A Comprehensive analysis
Title: Dusk to Dawn: Reducing Light Pollution
Title: Life Cycle Assessment: A revolution in green building design
Title: LEED Tips and Tools for Subs and Suppliers
Title: Cultivating Young Minds: A Net-Zero School for Tomorrow's Leaders
Title: Don’t Get Soaked: Smart Strategies to Manage Rainwater

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With our world facing unprecedented water scarcity and supply issues, designers and influencers are prioritizing water conserving strategies. In this one-hour course, learners will evaluate water efficiency strategies for flush and flow fixtures, identify uses for nonpotable water, and address optimal operation of process systems including cooling towers.

Learning Objectives: 
  1. 1. Describe the physical limits on the availability of water for human use.
  2. 2. Calculate the baseline and design cases for indoor water use.
  3. 3. List strategies to reduce total use and potable use of water.
  4. 4. Assess cooling tower use, and identify how to calculate the optimal number of cycles.

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AIA Course Number: 
GCE00P
GBCI Course ID: 
920004176
Device Format: 
Desktop/Laptop
Tablet
Course & Quiz Details: 

10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions

A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion

$6.60