FREE CSI Webinar :
Next Generation Green Restroom Design V2 (8/30/17)
CSI Learning Level: Basic
- Academia Professionals
- Property Managers
- Facility Managers
- Interior Designers
- Cost Estimator
- Project Managers
Provides an overview of how sustainable restroom design can address the global concerns of water shortages and the impacts of the building sector on our environment. This program identifies the newest technologies in high-efficiency restroom fixtures including how to choose water-saving products and the practical, economic, and environmental benefits of high-speed, energy-efficient hand dryers. Also included is an explanation of how these products apply to new, best practices in green building design and meet several green building standards such as LEED v4 and Green Globes.
- Recognize how green restroom design can help address the global need to conserve water, energy, and other natural resources within the built environment.
- Describe the environmental, health, and economic benefits of water saving products and high speed energy efficient hand dryers versus paper towels.
- Apply product selection strategies through the use of independent life cycle assessment studies to earn points toward LEED® v4 Credits and other certifications.
- Determine the benefits realized by facilities that have adopted green restroom design and the use of water saving products and high speed energy efficient hand dryers through case study examples.
Credit: 1.0 AIA HSW/LU credit
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