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Environmental Health Support Center Training
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ID: 1633
Category: -
Dates: 7/22/14-7/22/14
Location: Window Rock, AZ
Description: Students will identify water savings measures in their building through detection and repair of leaks, operational changes, and low-cost equipment improvements. The class will start with an examination of water/sewer bills for savings opportunities. Other subjects will include deduct meters, leaks, faucets, showerheads, toilets, urinals, cooling towers, garbage disposals, and landscapes.
Learning Outcomes: At the completion of Water Efficiency for Building Operators, a participant will: Effectively communicate to management the benefits of using water efficiently. • List the steps involved in analyzing facility water consumption and costs. • Identify the common water uses in commercial and institutional facilities. • Describe a full range of strategies for improving the efficiency of facility water use. • Identify water efficiency opportunities by conducting a building walk-through. • List various water efficiency strategies for landscaping and irrigation. • Recognize where and how to access the available resources for water efficiency management.
Prerequisites: Must be currently working in Facilities Operations and Maintenance Department
Instructors: NA
Agenda File: BOC 212 Class Outline2.pdf
CEU: 0 - Credit available toward BOC Certification
Status: Completed