Greywater, Rainwater, and Ecological Sanitation (6 week class)
This is a 6 week class through the San Francisco Institute of Architecture (located in Berkeley :)
See their website for cost and registration details.
Wednesdays starting Feb 1st.
GREYWATER REUSE, RAINWATER CAPTURE, AND ECOLOGICAL SANITATION
This course is an overview of water reuse practices of greywater, rainwater, and ecological toilets. We'll cover residential and commercial applications.
All are welcome to enroll. See details and enrollment form at
WINTER 2012 CLASSES at WWW.SFIA.NET
Class Location: Strawberry Creek Design Center in Berkeley 1250 Addison Street, Room 106, Berkeley, CA 94702
Architects and USGBC professionals can earn continuing education credit. AIA CES learning units and USGBC credits.
Instructor: Laura Allen, Greywater Action.
Laura Allen, a founding member of Greywater Action, has spent a decade exploring low-tech, urban, sustainable water solutions. She has a BA in Environmental Science, a teaching credential, and a Masters in Education from New College of California. She is coeditor of the anthology, Dam Nation: Dispatches from the Water Underground. Laura leads classes and workshops on the urban ecological sanitation technologies of rainwater harvesting, greywater reuse and composting toilets. Laura also works with the Greywater Alliance to help remove institutional barriers to sustainable water use.