Cracking down on operating expenses is always top of mind for entrepreneurs. One area where you may literally be sending money down the drain is through your water usage. Being aware of your water footprint is important, and conserving water not only helps your business bottom line, it ensures that this limited resource is around for your community. Whether you operate a one-person, work-from- home business or are a multi-location, larger employer, there are plenty of ways you can decrease your company’s water consumption. From simple fixes like adding aerators onto sinks to bigger projects like replacing lawns with xeriscaping, this webinar will give you tools and resources to understand your water usage and to start a plan to decrease it.
You’ll get insight into the following:
- How reducing your business’s water consumption can save you money
- Tips on performing water audits, checking for leaks & finding water-saving products
- How to engage employees in conservation efforts
- Understanding where Arizona’s water comes from
- How to read your water bill & recognize potential savings
- Ways to tell your water conservation story
- Connections to water conservation resources & commercial programs
Attendance for this webinar is free thanks to sponsorship by Water - Use it Wisely (WUIW), a collaborative campaign between municipalities and organizations to educate Arizonans about water conservation. The WUIW team will also have some fun giveaways for webinar attendees!
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ABOUT YOUR PRESENTERS:
Jennifer Davidson began working at the city of Scottsdale in 2009 & has been the Scottsdale Water representative to the Water – Use It Wisely steering committee since 2012. She has a B.A. in Communication Studies from Arizona State University and is a Certified Water Efficiency Professional. Jennifer co-wrote the multi-municipality collaboration: Find and Fix Leaks that are Draining Your Budget. Her current goals include enhancing Scottsdale Water’s programs to assist residents and businesses to become more water-efficient. Jennifer’s extracurricular activities include hiking, running, volunteering, attending her son’s sports events and lounging with her Great Dane.
Melissa Bomar has been with the City of Tempe since November 2012 and recently joined the Water Utilities department as the Water Resources Business Liaison. She has over 18 years of experience in engineering and construction and received her MBA from the University of Phoenix in 2007. She is currently working with Tempe businesses to explore various ways to save both water and money. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys running, photography, traveling and relaxing with her fur-kids.