Become familiar with best practices regarding the design and maintenance of rainwater harvesting systems.
Many design teams are tasked with providing a rainwater harvesting system and often do not understand or have experience with the variety of codes, equipment, and multiple disciplines they may need to interface to get to an effective and cost-effective solution. They often think of the system as simply a tank and do not understand the fundamental components required to meet most plumbing or irrigation end-use water quality standards. This topic will help you create a basis of design to establish a system size and develop the primary pieces of equipment in a system. We will review system standards, codes, and maintenance of a well-designed rainwater system along with lessons learned and things to avoid. This course will highlight the integration of the rainwater harvesting system into the overall site development and stormwater management plan with a few case studies from different parts of the country.
Rainwater Management Systems
- Lived with and evolved the design of a potable rainwater harvesting system in my home that I have maintained for over 17 years
- Owner of Stark Rainwater, provided the first permitted rainwater harvesting systems for indoor and combined outdoor uses in the cities of Duluth and St. Paul, MN, and the second fully certified residential Living Building Challenge project in Ann Arbor, MI, 6 years
- Installed residential and light commercial systems
- Current position - International Design and Sales Specialist at Rainwater Management Solutions
- Design, source, and manufacture rainwater, stormwater, and graywater systems with a team from Roanoke, VA
- Gives presentations on rainwater harvesting and integrating rainwater harvesting and stormwater management for AIA, ARCSA, and Stormconn
- Lead author for Rainwater Harvesting on a Superblock Scale, Plumbing Engineer, March 2019; contributing author for Saving a Rainy Day - Rainwater Capture at a Minnesota Shopping Center Supports Conservation and Stormwater Management Goals., Stormwater, May 2020
- Served on a technical committee for the first national standard for rainwater harvesting for ARCSA/ASPE Standard 63 Rainwater Harvesting
- Memberships - ARCSA, USGBC, ASPE
- M.S. degree in water resource science, University of Minnesota; B.A. degree in environmental conservation, University of Colorado, Boulder
- Can be contacted at 218-428-4413 or [email protected]
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