Meeting the 20% Urban Water Use Reduction Goal by 2020 and Beyond
EBMUD Administration Building,
375 11th Street, Oakland
Wondering how the EBMUD community is doing to meet the Water Conservation Act of 2009? California Senate Bill x7-7 requires urban areas to reduce water consumption 20 percent from baseline levels by the year 2020.
On Monday, March 25, 2019, EBMUD Manager of Water Conservation Richard Harris, will review Senate Bill x7-7 and provide an update on how the state and the EBMUD community are doing to reach the 2020 goal. Richard will also present the next water conservation efforts planned for California and EBMUD outlined in Executive Order B-37-16, Making Water Conservation a California Way of Life.
Richard, a licensed Civil Engineer, joined EBMUD’s Water Conservation Division in 1999 and has been with the District for 29 years. Richard oversees the development and implementation of EBMUD’s water conservation master plan to support long-term water supply and demand management goals. As a member of the CA Department of Water Resources Urban Advisory Group, Richard participated in the 20×2020 process and is continuing to work with state agencies on the implementation of the Long-Term Water Conservation Framework.
The meeting will be held at the EBMUD Administration Building at 375 11th Street in Oakland on the second floor. The Administration Building is conveniently located near the Broadway and 12th Street BART station. Please arrive promptly. Light refreshments will be served.
Public transportation is encouraged. If public transportation is not an option, validated parking is available at the Pacific Renaissance Plaza garage on Webster Street. Bring your token to the meeting and EBMUD will validate at the end of the meeting. Please note, there is no parking available in the EBMUD parking garage.
To register: ebmud.com/rsvp
Location: EBMUD Administration Building, 375 11th Street, Oakland
For more information: email@example.com, 510 986-7610
This event qualifies for 1.5 ReScape CEUs.