Water Conservation
Date: Wednesday, September 14th
Time: 10:15am - 12:00pm
Location: Mt. Elbert B (2nd floor of Atrium Tower)

Water is very expensive so you must be aware of the time and money you are spending on this precious resource.  This class will identify the areas on your property where water is used and many times wasted and we will discuss proper techniques and approaches to help reduce water usage while not sacrificing quality or operational needs that water provides, and our properties and residents need.  In addition we will look at new technologies, processes, fixtures, and approaches for reducing water waste and maximizing water use on our properties.   

Instructor: Zach Howell, CAMT, UPCS, LEED GA

Zach carries a Psychology degree from Oregon State University. He is a nationally Certified Apartment Maintenance Technician, LEED GA, and
Certified UPCS inspector carrying more than a 21 years of experience within the multifamily housing, development, and construction industries.
Zach is a valued advocate for the multifamily housing sector, serving as Subject Matter Expert for the National Apartment Association, Training
Director for The Apartment Maintenance Institute, and Community Education Faculty Member at Portland Community College. As the
recipient of the Apartment Community Excellence "Oregonian Civic Award" his dedication and devotion to the multifamily industry is apparent. Zach is
a highly respected and influential leader within the industry locally in the Northwest, but also garners national attention around the country with
numerous published articles and ongoing training engagements at all levels of multifamily housing professionals.