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Education Program: FREE to All Registrants

Enviro Build Expo will offer a complete Educational Program for builders, designers, building owners and engineers. This Educational Program is free to all registrants.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010
9:00 a.m. Exhibits Open  
10:00 a.m. Reuse and Recycling of Construction &
Demolition Waste

Presenters will provide information about reuse and recycling markets, new trends in local management of C&D waste, waste management plans, source separating recyclables, deconstruction and when to hire a subcontractor vs. doing it yourself.

Moderator: Sherill Baldwin, Environmental Analyst CT DEP, Source Reduction and Recycling

Presenters: Sherill Baldwin, CT DEP,
C. John Gundling, President, EcoOne Solutions and
Joe DeRisi, GMP, Urbanminers, LLC

11:00 a.m. “Taking Off the Green Tinted Glasses”
Unveiling the Truth Behind Green-tailing in the Home Channel National Retail Hardware Association

Speaker: Jamie Koch, Associate Editor, Hardware Retailing / NRHA Publishing
Jamie Koch
12:00 Noon Energy Efficiency in New Home Construction

Moderator: Eric Person, Chief Executive Officer, Home Builders Association of Hartford County

Joe Swift, Operations Supervisor of Conservation & Load Management, CL&P • How the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund can help.

Michelle Connor, ICF International • New ENERGY STAR for Homes requirements

Christopher Trolle, PE from BPC Green Builders • The builder perspective. BPC Green Builders is participating in the 2009/2010 Zero Energy Home Challenge

1:00 p.m. LEED Update Panel:
Latest LEED certification information on schools, housing, existing buildings and other LEED programs.

Steven Winter, FAIA; Steven Winter Associates, Inc.
Andy Hathaway, LEED Faculty; Steven Winter Associates, Inc.
Karla Donnelly, LEED AP; Steven Winter Associates, Inc.

Steven Winter Andy Hathaway Karla Donnelly
Steven Winter Andy Hathaway Karla Donnelly

2:00 p.m. “Legal Impact of the EPA Lead-Based Paint Repair Renovation & Painting (RRP) Rule”
Effective April 2010, anyone who is paid to perform work that disturbs painted surfaces in housing and child-occupied facilities built before 1978, must follow the RRP Rule. This includes general contractors, trade contractors, (including painters, plumbers & electricians) window replacement contractors and residential rental property owners/managers. The EPA RRP Rule is not business as usual - $37,500 fines are possible. The new law has strict certification, work practices and record keeping requirements.

The coverage of the Rule and key requirements, liability, insurance, contract issues and practical concerns will be covered.

Speaker: Hartford Construction Attorney Steven J. O’Neill www.attorneyoneill.com
Speaker: Sponsor: National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI / RCA Chapter)
Steven ONeil
3:00 p.m. Green Business 2.0 - “Going Beyond Changing the Light Bulbs and Recycling”
Cool projects & current trends in green building and corporate sustainability. Green technology and green job development

Speaker: Adam Ney, Managing Director AuctoVerno • www.buildingctgreen.com
Adam Ney
4:00 p.m. Green Networking Reception in Exhibit Hall  
Thursday, October 14, 2010
9:00 a.m. Exhibits Open  
10:00 a.m. “Introduction to Architectural Smart Glass and its Sustainability and Security Benefits”
Sustainability Benefits of Daylight Harvesting

Speaker: Gregory M. Sottile, Ph.D. Director of Market Development Research Frontiers Incorporated
Greg Sottile
11:30 a.m. “Why Stone Coated Steel Roofing?”
Environmental Advantages Along with Long Term Cost Savings. CEU Course

Speaker: Rick Davis, Marketing Director, Metals USA Roofing
Rick Davis
1:00 p.m. Generating ROI - An Analysis of Sustainable Upgrades in Your Building.

Presented by: The Alliance for Sustainable Built Environments

Moderator: Natalie Berland, Alliance for Sustainable Built Environments

Panelists: Ray Wong, Kohler Company
Christian Ronnholm, KONE
Steve McGuire, Philips Lighting Co.
Wayne Jenkins, USG Corporation
Stephen Sundstrom, Marketing Director –
Watertronics SkyHarvester

2:00 p.m. “Clean Energy Incentives for Connecticut including Geothermal and Solar”

Speaker: David Ljungquist, Associate Director, Project Development, Connecticut Clean Energy Fund
3:00 p.m. CT ABC Presents: Greening Your Bottom Line
A Panel Discussion on Rebates and Incentives for Greener Buildings.

Moderator: Faith Gavin Kuhn, Associated Builders & Contractors of Connecticut

Bruce Bockstael, DPW Chief Architect, State of CT
Amy Jacabacci, LEED AP, Main Enterprise
John Grossman, ReStore, Springfield, MA
Eliezer Strassfeld, LEED AP, Shipman & Goodwin