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Webinar: What Water Managers Should Know About Cooling Towers

  • Thursday, December 06, 2018
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Zoom webinar


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Whether you’re looking to improve water efficiency in the CII sector, seeking opportunities to increase non-potable water use, or dealing with water quality impacts, cooling towers keep coming up in the conversation. This webinar will provide an introduction to cooling towers for water managers. During this session, you’ll learn the answers to these questions:

  • Why should water managers care about cooling towers?
  • What are they and how do they work?
  • What are the opportunities for water and energy savings?
  • How do I find them?
  • How do they affect my system?

Our presenters for this webinar will be:

Zach Taylor who is an engineer with Brendle Group. Zach contributes numerous skills in energy efficiency, renewable energy, carbon analysis, engineering design, and program development to the Brendle Group team. In addition, Zach works on a range of energy and water assessment projects. He analyzes utility data, conducts energy efficiency assessments, identifies efficiency opportunities, and develops cost savings and payback estimates for a variety of commercial clients. Zach also performs cost-savings analyses, and measurement and verification on projects related to building equipment tune-up opportunities. Zach comes to Brendle Group after his position as an intern and technical fellow for the Southface Energy Institute in Atlanta, Georgia.

Mitch Horrie who is a Senior Planner with Denver Water. He has ten years of experience in water resources, working in both the public and private sectors. His work focuses on water demand forecasting and analysis, water conservation and integrated resources planning. He has a B.S. in Geography from Illinois State University and an M.S. in Geography and Environmental Resources from Southern Illinois University.

Space is limited in this webinar so please register today!

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