MCAMW Young Leaders Rain Water Systems Tour

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Event

Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/21/2017
11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location
UMD HSF III Building

Contact
Please email Hannah Inman with any questions.

Shawn Lasek, Chesapeake Systems will be presenting to our Young Leaders how Rain Water Reclaim Systems operate. At the UMD Health Science Facility in Baltimore, Chesapeake Systems has provided one of their systems to help collect rain water run-off and re-purpose it for the buildings’ use in an efficient, eco-friendly way.

As commercial development continues to grow, storm water control has taken on an increased level of importance. In an effort to protect valuable waterways and reduce water consumption legislation regulating storm water runoff will continue to impact rainwater system design and control. We are all aware that rainwater reuse will become more prevalent in the future, but we are also seeing many municipalities attempting to manage & automate rainwater capture and its controlled release. Managing the controlled release of rainwater has become a necessity due to our aging storm water and sewer infrastructure which cannot accommodate the rate of urban development we have seen in our country. In the months and years ahead, predictive modeling of rainwater events and automated/controlled release will become a mandate in the Washington DC area. Aquanomix is a leader in the industry offering specialty treatment skids with predictive modeling controls.

Learn more about:
Why Reclaim Water
Benefits of Reclaimed Water
Managing Reclaimed Water Re-Use
LEED v 4 and Water Efficiency
Legislation in Storm Water Control
Mechanical Components of Rain Water Control
Cost Control Strategies for Rain Water Control
System Sizing
Predictive Modeling of Rain Water Events
Case Studies and Performance Assessments

A tour of the installed system will commence after the presentation. Following the tour, join the MCAMW Young Leaders for lunch at Mick O’Sheas Pub at 328 North Charles St. in Baltimore.

To register for this event, email Hannah@mcamw.org today!