WEF Webcast: Envision for Sustainable Water Infrastructure

When Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (MDWASD) was faced with Ocean Outfall Legislation, the consulting team elected to use the Envision system for comparative evaluation of the strategies identified in MDWASD’s compliance plan.

The West Park project in Nashville TN was awarded an Envision Platinum award in early 2016, citing the high marks achieved within many of the pursued credits.

NYCDEP had to repair and upgrade the Rockaway WWTP, which was heavily damaged after Hurricane Sandy. The Envision rating system was used to assess the inherent sustainability of each alternative.

(NEW YORK, NY – April 23, 2018) – Evan Bowles is a speaker for an upcoming Water Environment Federation webinar titled “Envision for Sustainable Water Infrastructure”.

The Envision Sustainable Infrastructure Rating System was released in 2012 to provide guidance on sustainable practices in infrastructure planning, design, construction, and long-term O&M as well as provide a rating system for scoring sustainable project achievements. The use of Envision has increased dramatically since its release, with wide use in public water infrastructure. This webcast will provide an overview of the purpose and structure of Envision rating system, also citing modifications in the recent version 3 update.

The webcast will also demonstrate how two large municipal water agencies have programmatically adopted Envision, and how it has strengthened their sustainable practices through discussion of case study projects.

The webcast will be conducted on May 31, 2018 from 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM Eastern Time. For more information or to register, please visit the WEF website.

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