Introduction to Water Conservation

Introduction to Water Conservation

Green Buildings & Sustainable Neighborhoods

Sara Jaber

Sara Jaber is a Senior Sustainability Engineer at EcoConsulting since 2011 working on BREEAM and LEED assessments, as well as other eco-building services including thermal modelling. Sara holds a MEng in Applied Energy and a BEng of Mechanical Engineering from the American University of Beirut. She is also a LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Energy Manager. Sara participates as a Group Coordinator (for Indoor Environmental Quality) in the Technical Committee for the development of the standard for Building Environmental Performance with LIBNOR. Sara has been a lecturer on various workshops with EcoConsulting since 2013. She was also a speaker at the Built It Green Lebanon conference in 2015 to present the Criteria for Green Buildings in Lebanon. This year, Sara has been selected as a Future Energy Leader in the World Energy Council’s FELL18 program. In her free time, you will most likely find Sara in her kitchen cooking up a storm (follow her cooking adventures @kitchenonthe9th !), or hiking through the Lebanese mountains. She is an amateur wild herbs forager, learning the secrets of the trade from her mother.

Seminar Content


This seminar introduces the importance of water as a resource and the best ways to conserve it in buildings, through different types and careful choice of water fixtures and water-consuming equipment. It covers the different water uses inside the building and outside, as well as techniques to reuse and recycle water, including rainwater collection and grey water recycling.

We will provide best practice tips and information for each system or technology and any special considerations to take into account while designing water-efficient buildings.

August 18, 2021
11:00 am - 01:00 pm


1 Unit GB




Green Buildings & Sustainable Neighborhoods


Green Buildings & Sustainable Neighborhoods

Sustainable Development Goals

Life Below Water
Sustainable Cities & Communities
Clean Water & Sanitation
Responsible Consumption & Production

Who is it for?

Engineers, Architects, Contractors, professionals or students with interest in the topic.