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ARCSA (AP) & (RWHDC) Workshops, Austin TX
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This is a special ARCSA Annual Conference workshop that is combining the AP and the RWHDC workshop. All the typical info will be covered, but in a slightly accelerated time frame.

When: 11/7/2013
1:00 PM
Where: Boy Scout Facility
12500 N. I-35
Austin, TX  78753
United States
Contact: Heather Kinkaide

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"Accredited Professional" (AP) Program
ARCSA's "Accredited Professional" (AP) Program is designed to recognize professionals in the industry who have achieved an advanced level of competence in designing and installing rainwater harvesting systems.



  • ARCSA membership
  • AP workshop
  • Complete 5 systems before receiving AP (until 5 systems - Accredited Associate)
  • Passing score on the AP exam - $150 application and testing fee
  • Acquire at least 4 CEUs annually - Annual administrative fee - $25

If you are an existing AP, please apply PROMO code APCERT to deduct the AP workshop fee. 

Rainwater Harvesting Design & Contruction (RWHDC) Workshop

ARCSA's Rainwater Harvesting Design & Construction Workshop is a requirement for the "Rainwater Harvesting Master" (RWHM) designation. Individuals seeking "Accredited Professional" (AP) designation are also encouraged to attend but it is not a requirement to be an AP. The workshop is open to all individuals interested in improving their design and construction skills.

The 2-3 day workshop will assist designers and construction workers in installing safe, effective and efficient rainwater collection systems that meet the goals and needs of the client. Instruction is mostly in the field, with minimal classroom time.

The course outline includes:
Design and site plans, bids and contracts. Calculating size, friction and volume needed to achieve goals. Constructing an effective above ground systems as a team - from the gutter through the tank and pump for the desired usage. System components including downspouts, wet and dry systems, air-gap, back flow prevention, first flush, calming inlet, adding make-up water, connections and pumps. Systems constructed for outdoor and indoor non-potable uses


Presented by an ARCSA approved instructor


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