Where will we get our water savings from in the future?
Demand management initiatives have matured from the “water conservation” era, beginning in the 1970s, to the “demand management” era, in the mid-1990s. Now, in many places across North America, we are entering a “third generation”.
One week from today, as part of the Western Canada Water conference in Regina, Econics’ Kirk Stinchcombe will relive this progression and also discuss the future of water conservation program design across the continent.
Kirk’s unique perspective is informed by his experience in Australia, developing and delivering large-scale demand management projects as part of the response to the “Millennium Drought”. Since he’s been back home in Canada, Kirk and his company, Econics, have been helping municipalities across the country develop progressive water conservation strategies.
Grab a coffee and come join Kirk on Friday, 26 September at 9:30 a.m. The conference, entitled “Stronger Together”, will be held at the Delta Regina Hotel.