This is a cutting-edge professional development opportunity for those who are serious about pushing the boundaries of green buildings and sustainable water use. Net Zero Water for Buildings and Sites provides detailed technical information on water management systems that allow designers to engineer buildings with the goal of achieving independence from municipal infrastructure, through a combination of rainfall harvesting, aggressive conservation, onsite treatment, storage and water recycling. The result of over 5 years of research and development, the course curriculum addresses the next frontier in green building and resilience. Very few buildings around the world have managed to achieve net zero water use, yet it remains a critical response to growing water scarcity in many regions, and a basic requirement of the Living Building Challenge.
Green Roof Professional (GRP) Accreditation Training
GRHC’s Green Roof Professional (GRP) is the most prestigious credential in the green roof industry. This course includes everything you need to take and pass the GRP Accreditation Exam.