Sustainable Water Use in Retrofits - Online
This half-day training session is designed to outline the basic principles of sustainable water use in building projects, with expert trainer Cath Hassell of ech2o consultants ltd.
About the session
To ensure sustainability for our buildings in water use, we need to consider supply of water to buildings, how we heat that water, treatment of waste water and the rainwater falling on our buildings.
This training session will introduce construction profesionals to the core solutions based on building type, the available solutions currently on the market, the ease of installation in both new build and retrofit situations, implications for the remainder of the build process and maintenance requirements.
Construction professionals will increase their core knowledge and be better placed to advise clients.
Cath Hassell, director of ech2o consultants ltd and long time TGR core trainer has spent 12 years on site as a plumber and has been designing sustainable water solutions for the built environment since 1998.
Cath has a track record of very positive feedback from her TGR presentations over the past 18 years so be sure to book early as this session will sell out!
About the trainer
Cath Hassell, ech2o consultants ltd
Cath Hassell is an expert in sustainable water strategies and low-carbon technologies, formed from a background of 17 years in the plumbing industry and 18 years in environmental building. She is director of ech2o consultants ltd, a company that works at both a strategic and individual site level, providing technological and behavioural solutions that reduce the UK’s carbon footprint.
Cath is a founder member of SWIG (the Sustainable Water Industry Group) and was a director of the AECB for seven years. Fascinated by how we use water she blogs about showering at a year of showering variously, and writes regular columns and technical posts.
She has been a core trainer for the Green Register since its inception in 2000, and regularly delivers workshops to a wide range of audiences, from school pupils to construction professionals, across the UK about environmental issues.