A business workshop aimed at all commerical, industrial and institutional facilities looking to reduce their water consumption.
Who should attend?:
Building and facility managers, property managers, plumbers, restaurant owners, municipal staff, finance reps
Key speakers and topics:
Why a water and energy audit is smart business - Bruce Taylor, P. Eng. President, EnviroStewards Inc.
Bruce is a chemical engineer with over 25 years of experience in the environmental consulting field. He specializes in water efficiency, energy efficiency and treatment process design.
How can the WET program help you? Wayne Brabazon, Technologist, Region of Waterloo
Wayne has been helping numerous local businesses and institutions reduce their water consumption since 2009. He will describe how the program will find a custom fit for your organization and what incentives are available.
Make your restaurant water efficient – Andrew Coppolino, CBC radio host and restaurant specialist
Andrew is a well-known journalist in the restaurant industry who will illustrate how to get a “water efficient certification” for your restaurant.
- Panel discussion: How to make rebate programs work for you
Chicopee Tube Park – Bob Harris, General Manager
Bob will highlight how the stormwater retention pond project at Chicopee Tube Park was made possible by the WET program and how it has impacted his business.
Kraus Flooring – Speaker to be confirmed
A walk through the changes Kraus made with Region incentives and explain the process and the successes.
Grulke Street – Mike Kazmaier, President, Clean Cut Energy
Mike will discuss how the program worked to help a condo complex on Grulke Street in Kitchener.
Water Efficiency Excellence Award – Regional Chair Ken Seiling will present the 2016 award to Opheila Guanglao, Conservation Coordinator at Capreit property management.