Where Does the Water Go? Understanding Water Usage in Your Kitchen

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Where Does the Water Go? Understanding Water Usage in Your Kitchen

Time: March 29, 2016 from 9am to 11am
Location: PG&E Food Service Technology Center
Street: 12949 Alcosta Blvd., Suite 101
City/Town: San Ramon
Phone: 9258662844
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: Kiana Caban
Latest Activity: Jan 5, 2016

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Restaurants are very water intensive and whether the water is being turned into steam to cook vegetables or heated to sanitize soiled wares and wash customer and staff hands alike, it is important to understand where your water goes and how to reduce your water usage.


The FSTC's Amin Delagah and Todd Bell believe that there are plenty of opportunities for saving water if you know where to look and the key to finding significant water savings potential is to make changes to back-of-house operations.


They will discuss everything from best practices for water conservation to statewide mandates and regional regulations. Whether you are looking for the low hanging fruit or are willing to take aggressive action, in two hours you will walk away with the information and tools to help reduce your water usage.

 

Attendees will learn:

  • About basic water and energy utility fundamentals and terminology
  • Identify common equipment and appliance maintenance deficiencies that waste water and energy
  • Determine the economic value of water efficient technologies through the use of web based life cycle cost calculators
  • Take advantage of energy and water utility rebates to offset the cost of investing in water efficient technologies

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