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The Rocky Mountain Section of the American Water Works Association (RMSAWWA) Conservation Committee meets bimonthly. These are lightly structured meetings where conservation professionals can discuss various water conservation topics. Details of the next meeting:
Topic: Utility Water Loss and Conservation Incentives
Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Location: Aurora Municipal Center, 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy, Aurora CO 80012
Call-in number: 303-217-8058
If you are interested in attending, please email Lyle Whitney for full details at email@example.com.
FREE AWWA Webinar: Your Choice Matters: Smart Water Solutions to Reduce Non-Revenue Water
Date: March 20, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM MT
Click Job Description to find out more.
$92,745.00 - $115,932.00 Annually
Westminster CO 80021, CO
Full-time Benefited, 40 hours/week (1.0 FTE)
Public Works and Utilities
4/2/2018 8:30 AM Mountain
$64,603.00 - $80,753.00 Annually
Go to the link to read more and to sign the Alliance for Water Efficiency's letter. Deadline is March 1, 2018.
There is still time to register!
Courses open January 8, 2018; however, you can register any time before May 6 to complete the first two courses, Water Law and U.S. Water Concerns. Don’t miss out on this educational opportunity with outstanding leaders in the water field.
Water Law, Dr. Elizabeth R. McVicker
U.S. Water Concerns and Capstone Course, Dr. Randi Brazeau
Colorado Water and the American West, Dr. Matthew S. Makley
More information on their website - HERE
The Colorado WaterWise Conservation Symposium Registration Scholarship covers registration fees and conference meals and is sponsored by the One World One Water Center. Only FOUR registration scholarships will be awarded and only current active students are eligible.
Schools are important urban water user and present great opportunities to engage children in learning about water. To hear how some of that happens, don’t miss this year’s Green Schools Summit on November 2nd and 3rd ! The Green Schools Summit is Colorado's only conference dedicated to convening green building industry professionals, school decision makers, educators and parents to further advance healthy, safe and sustainable schools statewide. The annual education and networking event, hosted by USGBC Colorado and organized in partnership with volunteers from the Green Schools Initiative, provides a unique opportunity to discuss how we can to create better learning environments for students. This year's Summit theme is "Making Green Schools Add Up" and programming will focus on resource efficiency in schools. Early bird pricing ends September 22nd . Register here: https://www.cogreenschools.org/
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PO Box 40202, Denver, CO 80204-0202