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May 9 sessions will feature multiple experts on water-efficient building practices
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that at least 36 states will face water shortages by 2013.
It is a problem not limited to the desert Southwest but stretches to the Midwest, Florida, Georgia and other regions. EPA's WaterSense program is designed to decrease indoor and outdoor nonagricultural water use through more efficient products, equipment and programs.
Architects and builders interested in developing more water-efficient buildings can learn the ins and outs of the WaterSense program during a series of four free live webinars hosted online at GreenExpo365.com May 9. Experts from EPA, along with architects and builders, will present ways to design and build water-conscious homes and buildings, and be available to answer questions.
The presentation schedule is: