Facilities with extensive heating and cooling requirements can still be water-efficient. Optimizing your heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system efficiency will help save your facility water, energy, and money. EPA’s WaterSense program will teach you how to reduce water waste in cooling towers and steam boilers, optimize chilled water systems, and address equipment that uses single-pass cooling water.
Tune in to an informative webinar the afternoon of May 19th to learn more about some CRT recycling possibilities, what issues companies face, and the potential for various technologies to address the CRT problem. This is an extension of the 1st CRT End Markets Webinar we had on March 29th.
Sponsored by the U.S. EPA Region 3, the Northeast Recycling Council (NERC), and the Electronics Recycling Coordination Clearinghouse (ERCC)
Four knowledgeable panelists will share their expertise and opinions, followed by a question and answer session.
- Lauren Roman: Spokesperson for COM2 Recycling Solutions, (Managing Director of Transparent Planet)
- Dale Helgeson: DP Electronic Recycling
- Albino Bessa: Videocon Americas
- Carlos Kelvin: Cali Resources Inc / Glassico / TDM
This webinar will be held through the Adobe Connect platform.
Any information presented or opinions expressed during the webinar are solely those of the presenter and do not necessarily reflect the positions or the opinions of the US EPA. In addition, the purpose of the webinar is for information-sharing only. Participation of specific presenters does not reflect or imply US EPA endorsement of a presenter or the presenter’s respective company or organization.
An Energy Treasure Hunt is a fun and cost-effective process for identifying energy savings that also helps to strengthen building energy management practices. Energy Treasure Hunts engage building owners, managers, employees and tenants to help identify improvements that can be made immediately and without significant expenditures.
This webinar will teach attendees how to assemble a treasure hunt team, prepare for the hunt, and find those savings.
There are many opportunities for water-savings in commercial kitchens and restaurants. EPA’s WaterSense program will discuss commercial kitchen equipment, including equipment that is ENERGY STAR or WaterSense labeled, such as dishwashers, ice machines, pre-rinse spray valves, and steam cooking equipment. Attendees will hear about best practices related to operations and maintenance techniques, retrofit options, and replacement options for each equipment type.