“Preparing Our Buildings and Communities for Water Reuse in the 21st Century” set for September 11

Join the Code Council’s PMG and Government Relations Teams for “Preparing Our Buildings and Communities for Water Reuse in the 21st Century,” a hybrid live meeting and webinar Sunday, September 11. For those in Louisville, the live presentation and webinar will begin at 2 p.m. Eastern in Rooms 007/008 of the Kentucky International Convention Center. Potable water from a public drinking water treatment plant is required to meet Safe Drinking Water Act standards. But, to date, no national regulations exist for onsite non-potable water systems for reuse treatment, storage, and delivery. The Code Council, in partnership with The National Blue Ribbon Commission for Onsite Non-potable Water Systems (NBRC), is establishing a Water Reuse Working Group to explore opportunities to protect public health and better support jurisdictions seeking to advance water reuse opportunities. This diverse working group will research all aspects of onsite water reuse, develop a roadmap, and propose needed resources, including recommended updates to the I-Codes necessary to meet jurisdictions’ water reuse goals. Join ICC and industry Stakeholders for this inaugural meeting taking place in a hybrid platform. For virtual attendance register here.