CWW to present to State's Water Resources Review Committee

  • Friday, September 27, 2013
  • 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Colorado State Capital 3rd Floor SCR 356
Colorado WaterWise was invited to present to the State’s Water Resources Committee on September 27th at the State Capitol. The Committee is authorized to review water issues and propose legislation related to the conservation, use, development, and financing of Colorado’s water resources.  In conducting its review, the committee is required to consult with experts in the field of water conservation, quality, use, finance and development.   Sen. Gail Schwartz was interested in the programs and products of CWW– Best Practices Guidebook, Water Use calculator, Landscape Ordinance Smart Phone App, etc. CWW Co-Chair Frank Kinder showcased the organization, its past, future and current efforts, and even provided a few aerators to the legislators. They inquired about indoor and outdoor conservation measures, new construction programs such as WaterSense labeled homes, and example rebates for WaterSense products.  The exchange was educational and enjoyable, and WaterWise enjoyed a chance to demonstrate its value as a collaborative organization that promotes, trains, and facilitates urban water conservation in the state.
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