EPA Watersense Inspector Training - online training - open enrollment

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EPA Watersense Inspector Training - online training - open enrollment

Time: August 6, 2012 to August 7, 2012
Location: EnergyLogic Academy
Website or Map: http://energylogicacademy.com…
Phone: 970-556-7194
Event Type: online, training, -, self, paced
Organized By: EnergyLogic, Inc
Latest Activity: Jun 20, 2012

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WaterSense is a partnership program sponsored by the US EPA to promote water-efficient products and practices across the country. The WaterSense label makes it easy to find products and services that save water while ensuring performance. The US EPA created WaterSense to help protect the future of our nation’s water supply.

Because residential water use accounts for more than half of the publicly supplied water in the United States, WaterSense has a specification for single-family new homes that use 20% less water than a typical new home. A WaterSense labeled home is a marketing tool that can help new homeowner’s save water now, pay less for utilities every month and protect resources for future generations.

Becoming a WaterSense Inspector is the first step to helping your builders build water efficient homes. This training will enable you to become a WaterSense Inspector. By partnering with a WaterSense Licensed Certification Provider, you will have the ability to certify homes for the WaterSense program.

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