When: February 9, 2012
Time: 1:00 p.m. Eastern
Length: Approx 1 hr. + Interactive Q&A
Earn 0.1 CEUs for attending this webcast
Note: Interactive question & answer session and IACET-certification eligibility only available to participants of live webcast
About the Webcast:
Your grounds department needs a comprehensive strategy for going green and saving money, but you have no idea where to start. The process, after all, can be complex and challenging. This webcast will cover the areas grounds managers need to know to implement a successful shift to efficient, cost-effective — and sustainable — grounds operations.
Technology is an essential part of any grounds department's regime and poses a series of questions. Should you increase the use of alternative fuel for mowers and utility vehicles, or should you add a GPS unit to existing equipment? Your presenter, Richard Restuccia, Director of Water Management Solutions for ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance, will cover these and other hot-button issues related to grounds care activities and technology, including:
Presented by: Richard Restuccia
Director of Water Management Solutions for ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance
Richard Restuccia is the Director of Water Management Solutions for ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance, a division of Calabasas, Calif.-based ValleyCrest Landscape Companies. He has been associated with the green industry for more than twelve years working for ValleyCrest and Rain Bird Corporation. Richard is currently working with commercial office properties, homeowner associations and water districts on the advantages of proper water management. He organized a central control users group in Kern County whose goal was to reduce water consumption in landscape irrigation. He received his master's degree in Agribusiness Management from Arizona State University. He serves on the San Diego Water Conservation Action Committee. Richard has consulted with many private companies and public agencies concerning water management.
Moderated by: Dan Hounsell
Editor, Maintenance Solutions magazine