Presentations, Articles, CEUs
Green Schools Member Circle Presentation, June 2013: GREENSCHOOLS presentation
Draft Legislation: Resolution to Support Green Schools (submitted to City Council June 2013)
Draft Legislation: Resolution to Support Green Apple Day of Service (submitted to City Council June 2013)
Neighborhood Development Update: ND MC update 6_13
Neighborhood Development Member Circle Presentation, May 2013 (Coming Soon!)
Connecting the Dots: LEED ND, April 2013 (Coming Soon!)
Stormwater Management Accreditation Unit
This Unit was compiled by Pam Simmons during the 2013 National EPA Stormwater Conference, hosted by USGBC Cincinnati Regional Chapter. Readers will receive 11 credits total toward continuing education. All credits in this unit are self-reported to GBCI. The US EPA is currently developing a quiz, which will be available soon. Readers who pass the quiz will be given a certificate as proof of reading through the unit.
To get oriented, read the workshop goals first: EPA Workshop Session Topic Points. An additional glossary of terms related to stormwater management is available here: Stormwater Management Glossary.
Sustainable Water Management Techniques presented by Ed Beaulieu.
EPA Tools to Determine the Effectiveness of Green Infrastructure-Based Approaches to Mitigate Stormwater presented by Jay L. Garland, Ph.D. US EPA Office of Research & Development.
Reuse of Alternative Water Sources for Cooling Tower Systems presented by Matthew L. Haikalis, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies.
Energy Efficiency in Water & Wastewater: PARTNERING FOR SUSTAINABILITY presented by Duke Energy.
Regional Water Reuse Activities, Gaps, and Research presented by Jatin H. Mistry, EPA Region 6.
Potential of Rainwater Harvesting Systems in North Carolina presented by Kathy M. DeBusk, PE, Biological & Agricultural Engineering, North Carolina State University.
San Francisco’s Non-Potable Water Programs presented by Paula Kehoe Director of Water Resources San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Blue Roof Technologies: An Old Design with a New Twist? presented by Paul Mitchell, RRC, RRO, CDT, Strategic Initiatives & Alliances, Tremco Roofing and Building Maintenance.
Rainwater Harvesting in Cincinnati: A Sewer District’s Perspective presented by Andrew Reynolds, Environmental Planner, The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati.
Technologies & Innovative Solutions for Non-Potable Uses of Rainwater & Stormwater in Urban Settings: Current Best Practices & Case Studies U.S. EPA, Cincinnati presented by Neal Shapiro, Office of Sustainability & the Environment’s Watershed Section.
Case Studies Rain & Storm Water Management at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens presented by Mike Warren, AAS/ME, Product Manager and SkyHarvester, Watertronics, Inc.