Upcoming Webinars

Wednesday, May 1, 2024
10 a.m. PDT | 11 a.m. MDT | Noon CDT | 1 p.m. EDT
Join us on May 1st for an engaging roundtable on water affordability.
Topics: Communication and Education | Residential (Including Multi-family) | Water Conservation Programs, Planning, & Evaluation
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
10 a.m. PDT | 11 a.m. MDT | Noon CDT | 1 p.m. EDT
Join AWE and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense® program for a free webinar on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern/10:00 a.m. Pacific.
Topics: Commercial, Industrial, Institutional | Landscape, Irrigation, and Outdoor Water Use | Water and Land Use Planning

Past Webinars

In this EPA WaterSense® program/Alliance for Water Efficiency webinar learn how the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) tracks landscape water use through live dashboard monitoring.
The AWE Research Committee developed a report that can help industry professionals perform cost-benefit analyses for single-family packaged graywater systems.
In this webinar, AWE's Mary Ann Dickinson and Gene Goldenberg discuss the water efficiency issues facing the next Congress and the new administration.
Kate Gasner of Water Systems Optimization and Will Jernigan of Cavanaugh & Associates discuss the emerging field of water audit validation.
This webinar shows how WaterSense partner, G3 Green Gardens Group, uses one-on-one coaching sessions to help its customers think more holistically about their landscapes.
This webinar discusses how water agencies, such as the City of Plano, Texas, are teaching residents how to correctly operate irrigation controllers to improve landscape health and reduce water waste due to runoff.
This webinar features examples of creative and successful programs developed by North Texas Municipal Water District and Cobb County Water System (GA) to teach school-age children and youth about conservation and the value of water.
This webinar provides an overview of Version 3 of AWE's Water Conservation Tracking Tool, a state-of-the-art planning model used by water managers that can evaluate the water savings, costs and benefits of conservation programs.
Speakers discuss how they are working together to advance water-efficient irrigation in their communities.
This webinar discusses how lessons learned during Australia’s worst drought on record are helping California through its own water crisis.
This webinar highlights the U.S. EPA WaterSense® program’s resources to promote water-smart landscapes across the country, and new research initiatives from the Alliance for Water Efficiency to develop more accurate data...
This webinar will take the participant beyond the basics covered in Part I and will address some of the unique water efficiency provisions that constitute the seven dominant green codes and standards.
"Demand hardening” is a concept that is usually defined as whether long-term increases in water-use efficiency can negatively impact an area’s ability to adapt to extended water shortages and further reduce demand.
In this webinar, join Utah State University professors Kelly Kopp and Joanna Endter-Wada to learn how Utah State University's Center for Water-Efficient Landscaping’s water efficiency programs have engaged thousands of Utah homeowners...
This webinar showcases two AWE business members who are helping water utilities and businesses pursue water efficiency and safety through innovative Cooling Tower Management programs and technologies