Water: Life Blood of Our Infrastructure

Thursday, October 15, 2015
1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

NYC uses about a billion gallons of water per day, and the system that delivers it to our tap is both vast and frail, as is the system to dispose of and reuse our water. Water costs many owners more than energy, and sometimes property taxes. Learn about the system, NYCDEP incentives to reduce usage, successful retrofit projects, and the current and future state of NYC’s sewer system.

 

Room / Location: 

Manhattan Room

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