Join us virtually as we focus on solutions and technologies that increase our resilience to climate change, and more!
About this event
This year, we’re focusing on solutions and technologies that increase our resilience to climate change and enable us to reduce our dependence on imported sources of water. To demonstrate, we’ll be reviewing market-ready water reuse solutions that have been implemented in commercial settings, including a university campus, a hospital, a data center, a municipal building, cooling towers, and small and high-rise buildings.
Through these examples, you’ll find strategies that can be modified and scaled to fit various scenarios, potentially including your property.
At this virtual event, you’ll learn more about the current landscape of commercial water reuse systems and hear from experienced sustainability professionals as they discuss how owners and executives can increase resiliency by becoming more water independent. You’ll also get the first look at our Commercial Water Reuse Best Practices Guide— see you there!
Senior Advisor, Water Innovation
Maureen Erbeznik has been a driving leader of water efficiency initiatives for the past 32 years. In 2002, Maureen founded Maureen Erbeznik and Associates, Inc. a consulting firm, specializing in strategic planning, program operational design, and implementation.
Throughout her career, Maureen has designed, implemented, and/or assessed over 50 major residential and commercial water efficiency programs. Maureen has specifically been a key player in developing 30 water use efficiency strategic plans.
Meet the Speakers
Chief Commercial Officer, Epic Cleantec
Eric understands that successful client relationships are built on trust. With 15 years of water recycling project delivery experience that spans engineering, project management, and sales, Eric is responsible for laying the foundation for success in each of Epic’s projects. By maintaining a focus on the business case for water reuse, Eric thrives on connecting development projects with the best water conservation solutions.
Senior Researcher, Pacific Institute
Cora Snyder is a Senior Researcher at the Pacific Institute, a global nonprofit research organization with the mission to create and advance solutions to the world’s most pressing water challenges. There she leads projects on urban water efficiency, onsite water reuse, corporate water stewardship, and public water policy, with a geographic focus on the Western United States. Cora holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in Spanish from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). She also holds a Master’s in Environmental Science and Management (MESM) from the Bren School at UCSB.
Vice President, CommonWealth Partners
Mr. Upton is responsible for oversight of CommonWealth Partners’ Property Management functions across its 10.2m SF of Class A+ Office across the United States. Austin’s primary focus is on operations, construction, and ESG initiatives. This includes oversight of long-term building capital planning, analysis of tenant infrastructure requirements, and technology implementation to increase efficiency and tenant satisfaction.
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