Managing Water Assessment in Federal Facilities
On Demand Training
Focused on managing the Water Assessment process in Federal facilities, this course assists the Federal Energy and Facility Manager to comply with executive orders and legislative mandates and meet the requirements of Section 432 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. This course provides details on a five-step process for conducting, or managing the conduct of, a comprehensive water assessment including developing a water balance, conducting a walkthrough survey, developing water conservation measures and long-range plans for water efficiency. This course focuses on key applications in the Federal sector, incorporating best practices and practical advice from experts in Federal water assessments. Water efficient technologies are discussed, as are models and templates for contracting for water assessment services.
The instructor for this course is Kate McMordie Stoughton, CEM, LEED AP at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). She is a water efficiency engineer with PNNL where she develops and instructs water resource management workshops, develops strategic plans for water management at Federal sites, and assists with Federal policy guidance. Ms. McMordie Stoughton holds a B.S. in civil engineering from the University of Colorado and is a Certified Energy Manager and a LEED Accredited Professional.
By completing this course you will learn to manage the process for conducting a water assessment in a Federal building including:
- Planning and/or managing a water assessment at a Federal site;
- Developing a water balance based on knowledge of the water distribution system for the facility and using available information such as utility bills and metered data;
- Planning and/or managing walk-through surveys that address building plumbing fixtures, laboratory equipment, cooling towers, and irrigation;
- Developing a plan for improving water efficiency using the water balance and the walk-through survey findings;
- Kate McMordie Stoughton, Water efficiency engineer, at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Read bio.
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This e-learning course is hosted on the Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) learning management system. To take the course, click the Start button below. Then log into the WBDG system to launch the course and take the multiple choice assessment. Students will earn .40 IACET CEUs upon successful completion of the course and assessment.
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