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Member Update

CIPH is offering MCAC members an opportunity to attend its Application for Smart Water Management in Commercial Buildings webinar on July 15 from 1–2 p.m., ET. Registration is free.

Delivered by Red Seal master plumber Adam Bartman, the webinar will walk through current challenges of traditional water systems with a focus on commercial and multi-family buildings. It will also examine the traditional building design standards compared to solution tactics to apply as for a better design.

Learning objectives include:

  1. Explain the three challenges that building owners experience due to unconnected plumbing systems.
  2. Understand how IoT technology can be applied to elevate plumbing design standards.
  3. Recommend three applications where available market IoT technology can add value to building owners, occupants and service providers.

Register today!

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