The New England Living Building Collaborative is presenting a series of webinars on how water management, water efficiency and water and energy nexus concepts can be incorporated into project planning, design, construction and operation.
Deep Dive into Net Zero Water in the City will focus on urban water reuse, which has recently become practical in Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (MWRA) sewer service communities, due to a 2019 housekeeping rule revision. To introduce how urban water reuse works, case studies from Battery Park City and other projects in New York City will be highlighted, as urban onsite water reuse has been in place in Manhattan since 2002. Onsite water ruse is currently embraced by the NYC Department of Environmental Protection as a means of water efficiency and conservation.
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Zach Gallagher is a licensed Professional Engineer, a LEED Accredited and BPI Certified Professional holding BS and MS degrees from Rutgers University in Bio-Resource and Civil/Environmental Engineering.
He is currently the Executive Vice President for Water Reuse at Natural Systems Utilities (NSU) and serves on the Board of Directors as Vice Chair for the U.S. Green Building Council, NJ Chapter. In 2007, Mr. Gallagher partnered in Alliance Environmental, an environmental engineering and sustainability consulting firm where he served as COO before its merger with NSU. Prior to this time he worked for Applied Water Management Group where he specialized in wastewater management planning and water reuse systems.
Mr. Gallagher’s current focus is on water reuse and complete integrated infrastructure approaches that combine water and energy with a concentration on handling the systems integration aspects and overall functionality.
Bruce Douglas has over 32 years of experience in integrated water management, specializing in the planning, design, construction, and operation of integrated and onsite wastewater management systems for direct and indirect reuse. He has worked internationally, in the Middle East, Indonesia, and China. Domestically, Mr. Douglas has worked in both the public and private sectors in New England, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Wisconsin, and California. At NSU, Mr. Douglas has lead the New England design-build and operations groups and is currently responsible for business development. He recently played a key role in the establishment of a public-private partnership for a private onsite wastewater treatment facility which will treat wastewater, for indirect reuse, from both private and municipal sources. Mr. Douglas is a registered Professional Engineer and a licensed wastewater treatment plant operator, with a B.S. Degree from the University of New Hampshire and an M.S. degree from the University of Vermont.
Hannah Doherty is a Policy Analyst at the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). She works with the Integrated Water Management group, supporting the management of New York City’s water resources and identifying cost-effective approaches to balancing regulatory and long-term sustainability goals. Hannah is the project manager for the Water Conservation and Reuse Grant Pilot Program, the Water Conservation Challenge to Universities, and helps promote water reuse and conservation through research and data analysis. Prior to DEP, Hannah worked internationally for four years as an operations analyst, where she monitored and promoted water and energy conservation projects. Hannah holds a Master of Environmental Management degree from Duke University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Studies from Mount Holyoke College.
Kathy is the Assistant Commissioner / City Engineer with the City of Cambridge Department of Public Works. She oversees the design and construction of city infrastructure including the City’s $175M Public Investment Plan, as well as permitting private development in the City. She has been actively engaged with climate change preparedness and working to improve Cambridge’s resiliency through city projects, regional collaboration, and design standards for new development projects. Key to these climate change efforts has been the development of the City’s innovative floodviewer tool that provides projected flood information on a parcel level to help property owners understand the risks associated with climate change.
2 General LFA CE credits – living-future.org/lfa/
2 AIA LU|HSW
2 GBCI CE Hours for LEED AP BD+C, LEED AP Homes, LEED AP ID+C, LEED AP O+M, and LEED Green Associate.
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