4th Annual building Technology Showcase [EVENT]

This Friday August 26th, Falcon Waterfree Technologies is presenting, in partnership with Sloan, at the 4th Annual building Technology Showcase  at the California Endowment Center for Healthy Communities in Los Angeles, CA.

Los-Angeles-Better-Buildings-ChallengeThe Los Angeles Better Buildings Challenge knows that to become evolutionary leaders in high performance buildings, property owners and managers have to invest in new technologies. For this reason, this event only features the latest and best efficient water and energy technology, including our new Hybrid Urinal – available through Sloan Valve Company – that conserves nearly 100% of water, guaranteeing maximum LEED points and performance functionality.

The revolutionary technology of the Hybrid Urinal uses a multi-patent pendingHybrid flush system that automatically performs a full gallon (4 liters) flush through the housing and pipe systems every 72 hours, cleaning out any sediment build up from your housing and pipes.

Marc Gittleman, Senior Vice President of Third Party Management at Rising Star Partners, will be the keynote speaker at the event. Marc is also a co-founder of 5×5 Telecom, a commercial real estate focused internet service provider.

The event includes complimentary lunch and free parking. Early Bird tickets are sold out, but you can still get General Admission tickets here or the day of the event.

About Los Angeles Better Buildings Challenge (LABBC)

The Los Angeles Better Buildings Challenge (LABBC) is part of a national competition, a utility-funded initiative, to support property owners and managers to achieve 20 percent energy and water savings by 2020 in existing buildings. The LABBC offers guidance to take advantage of all available resources and incentives, as well as a range of free services, to buildings that take the Challenge.

We hope you can come and meet us!  

EVENT DETAILS

Date & Time: Friday, August 26th, 2016 from 11:00am – 2:30pm

Address: The California Endowment. Center for Healthy Communities. Yosemite Room. 1000 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90012