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Webinar: Understanding the California Plumbing Code for Greywater
30th March 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Greywater Webinar Series Part 2
We’re starting out the year with a fabulous new webinar series covering more advanced greywater topics, relevant for both the homeowner and professional. One registration will enable you to view all six webinars, either live or recorded after they air.
If you attend the live webinar you will be able to ask questions directly to the presenters.
The webinars will be held live from 4-5pm on Wednesdays (dates below).
- January 20th. Greywater Irrigation and Plant Health
- February 3rd. Installing Simple Pumped Greywater Systems
- February 17th. Incorporating Greywater Installations into Your Landscaping Business.
- March 2nd: Commercial-Scale Greywater Systems
- March 16th: Whole-House Residential Greywater Systems
- March 30. Understanding the California Plumbing Code for Greywater
Cost: Fee for the series is $50 to $150 sliding-scale*.
Register here (more info on series topics below)
*Wondering what sliding-scale means? A sliding-scale fee means that participants choose the amount to pay along the scale (between $50 and $150). People who can afford to pay more help subsidize people who can’t afford it. This helps us keep our workshops affordable to more people. We thank you for paying as high as you are able to on the scale.
Understanding the California Plumbing Code for Greywater
- March 30
This presentation will take an in-depth look at the California greywater code, how to get a permit, and learn about efforts across the state to make legal installations easier for residents.
Presenter: Laura Allen is a founding member of Greywater Action and has spent the past 15 years exploring low-tech, urban,sustainable water solutions. She is the lead author of the San Francisco Graywater Design Guidelines for Outdoor Irrigation, and authored The Water-Wise Home: How to Conserve and Reuse Water in Your Home and Landscape (Storey Press, 2015). She has a BA in environmental science, a teaching credential, and a master’s degree in education. Laura leads classes and workshops on rainwater harvesting, greywater reuse, and composting toilets. Laura has presented widely on greywater reuse, including at the Water Smart Innovations Conference, Bioneers, California Environmental Health Association conference, and California Landscape Contractors Association conference. She’s participated in state greywater code developments in California and Washington State and was on a committee to write a draft composting toilet code for IAPMO. Laura was featured in an Ask This Old House episode on greywater and was the 2014 recipient of the Silicon Valley Water Conservation Award of Water Champion.
If you can’t make the live broadcast date you can still view a recording of the webinar after it’s happened. If you would like to cancel your purchase entirely, we offer a partial refund on advance cancellations.
- Three business days or more prior to the webinar date – 75% refund
- Two business days through the webinar broadcast start time – no refund
- Any time after the webinar broadcast – no refund
All cancellations must be in writing and must include:
- Name of registrant
- Email address