Who are Certified Water Efficiency Professionals?
- Are you an energy or building operations manager that manages existing water systems as part of a sustainable program for your organization? Do you manage water supply and demand across multiple systems or multiple facilities?
- Do you know utility billing practices in-depth, and know-how to reduce associated costs? Are you looking to get recognized and rewarded for your experience and knowledge?
- Are you a consultant that measures, verifies and evaluates water usage for a given building or facility and then suggests what strategies to employ to reduce costs?
What Does a CWEP Do?
Water efficiency professionals are often energy managers that have selected to focus on, or expand into the specific area of water management. This may include improving water usage and efficiency in an existing building or implementing a sustainability program that includes water efficiency for their firm or organization. These individuals will understand water systems and technologies and will have specific knowledge on utility billing practices, and policies, incentives, and water specific mandates made by local municipalities, federal, or state governments. They use their specialized knowledge to assist firms or organizations, they audit existing systems, set realistic goals for new projects and get the most significant benefits when implementing systems at a small or large scale.
Body of Knowledge
- General Water Conservation Questions
- Water Balance
- Units / Conversions
- Domestic Plumbing
- Kitchen Equipment
- Laundry Equipment
- HVAC / Mechanical Equipment
- Sterilization / Lab Equipment
- Alternative Water Sources
- Storm Water Management
The South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE) has granted Engineering Council of South Africa (ESCA) Continued Professional Development (CPD) credits for persons taking AEE's international CEM, CEA, CMVP, CWEP, and REP programs.