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Rainwater Harvesting with Adam KatzmanJuly 13, 2013 12:30 - 3pm
- Where: 69 9th St. Brooklyn, NY 11215
- Hosted by: BIG!NYC Gowanus
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Have the desire to take your eco-action to the next level? Then this is the class for you. Join Adam Katzman as he teaches you how to turn a 55 gallon food grade drum into a beautiful and efficient rainwater harvesting system. All materials included and you get to walk away with a new system to install in your life!
Adam Katzman is an accredited professional of the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) and works designing and installing alternative energy and water systems in the NY area. He works on projects ranging from the ‘do-it-yourself’ scale on up to commercial grade systems. His upcoming project ‘All Washed Up” will work in collaboration with local artists to turn an abandoned water tower into an off-grid laundromat that is meant to showcase a variety of low-tech renewable water and energy systems. Adam was also the mastermind behind such projects as Jerko: The Gowanus Vacuum and The Poop and Paddle.
|Cost:||$150 materials included|
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