Reclaiming Used & Waste Water with Constructed Wetlands

Thursday, August 16, 2012 by

August 21, 2012 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Event by USGBC-Illinois Rockford/Northern IL Branch

Location: Klehm Arboretum’s Gallery


This program will review how to reclaim Black, Gray, Rain, and Storm water to be re-used in a building for non-potable uses. Included in the discussions will be why, where and how this water can be used, the initial monetary investment, and possible cost savings. Case studies will be used to illustrate specific challenges and solutions.


Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the main differences between water treatment systems.

2. Understand how the water reuse system treats black water.

3. Learn how the water reuse system affects a project.

4. Know in what types of projects a water reuse system will work.



Corinne Bodeman, Marketing Specialist Constructed Wetlands, Applied Ecological Services

Jill Enz, RLA, ASLA, Landscape Architect/Project Manager, Applied Ecological Services

Edward M. Kallas III, Professional Engineer, Applied Ecological Services


Click here to register.

Pre-Registration: Chapter Member & Klehm Members – $10.00

Same Day Registration:Chapter Member & Klehm Members -$20.00

Non-Member – $20.00


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