|In This Issue:|
- Healthy Buildings Conference
- Green Infrastructure Demonstration Projects
- TAPF Recap
- Other Upcoming Events
EFC Staff Sara Pesek
Mary Ellen Gilbert
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Healthy Building- HB2009's
Opportunity Exchange & Exhibition
Syracuse NY September 14-16
Read on for your COMPLIMENTARY pass!
The HB2009 OppEx and Exhibition will
be held in conjunction with ISIAQ's Ninth International
Healthy Buildings Conference. To view the agenda and learn more, click here.
As sponsors of the OppEx portion of the event the EFC would like to offer you a complimentary ticket. We would also like to invite you to our workshop being held on Tuesday the 15th, titled Sustainable Infrastructure. The remainder of the OppEx program includes...
- Keynotes on intelligent building products,
managing innovation, and smart cities from National Grid, NYSERDA, and San
Diego Center City Development Corporation, and more...
- Workshops on smart
buildings/smart grids, commercializing green tech,
sustainable health care facilities, and more...
- Product and Service Demonstrations
- Plus, a Networking Reception with hundreds of HB2009 conference
delegates from around the world
*OppEx advance registration
is complimentary prior to Monday, Sept. 14. To register
in advance please visit our website and download the registration form,
Green Infrastructure Demonstration Projects
This summer, together with the Great Lakes
Research Consortium, we constructed two demonstration rain gardens in Lake
Ontario coastal communities; one in Phillips Park in the Village of Fairhaven, and one at the City Hall in Oswego. Rain gardens help reduce stormwater runoff by collecting
water from roofs, allowing it to feed plants and infiltrate into the ground.
The rain gardens not only prevent stormwater from overloading the sewer system during significant rain events, but
also allow for natural filtration of stormwater, carbon uptake and contribute to the aesthetics of the landscape. Summer intern Gary Greene, a graduate student at SUNY-ESF, is managing the construction of the rain gardens
in Oswego and Fair Haven. The gardens' construction was funded through a USDA Rural
Development grant and are nearly complete with rain barrels to be installed at the Oswego City Hall site in
the coming weeks.
For more information please contact Khris Dodson at firstname.lastname@example.org
August 20th TAPF Recap
to all who participated at our August 20th Technical Assistance
Partnership Forum(TAPF). During the morning session we had several local
project managers discuss local stormwater management projects happening
near Lake Ontario. At the afternoon session we heard about funding updates from
several funding agencies. Throughout the day we had great discussions and project sharing among speakers and participants. Please visit our website for follow-up materials from this event. We encourage all who attended to let us know if you have topic suggestions for the next TAPF scheduled for Mid-November. More details coming soon...
For all inquiries and suggestions regarding TAPF, please contact Melissa at email@example.com.
Other Upcoming Events
Environmental Finance Center
TAPF- Mid November (More details coming soon)
For more information please visit efc.syracusecoe.org
Wastewater Panels-Training for Elected Officials on Wastewater Management-NYSDEC
September-December at a variety of locations in NY State
For more information please visit: www.nywea.org
2009 Water Quality Improvement Projects Program
For more information please visit: www.dec.ny.gov/pubs/56080.html
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