American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) at our monthly Monday meeting for rainwater professionals (and those that want to be them). We allow time before and after the meeting for networking. This month, our speakers are Charlene Burgi of Marin Municipal Water District, and Bruce Hallinan of Aussie Rain Tanks. Date: Monday, November 9, 20097pm - 9pm Location: City Slicker Farms Office 1625 16th St Oakland, CA RSVPs are requested. Feel free to repost this invitation. To Learn more about the Northern California supporters of ARCSA, please visit: http://www.wiserearth.org/group/arcsanorcal ------------------------------Subject - NorCal ARCSA Meeting - Monday, Nov 9th, Oakland Please join the Northern California chapter of the
--------------------------------- Speaker Information: Charlene Burgi, MMWD www.marinwater.org Charlene is a Water Conservation Specialist Supervisor for the Marin Municipal Water District. She will present a report back from the National ARCSA meetings in Georgia and also focus on creative and inventive methods of capturing rainwater and ways of promoting this concept to the public. Bruce Hallinan, Aussie Ran Tanks www.aussieraintanks.com Bruce will talk about the latest developments in rain harvesting products and programs in Australia, what water authorities have done to promote rain harvesting and the growth of rain tank manufacturers for the US residential market. Aussie Rain Tanks LLC was established to bring state of the art design and functionali ty developed in drought stricken Australia to the United States. Our head office is in San Jose, California and we currently distribute to contractors, landscapers and do-it-yourself homeowners within the San Francisco Bay Area. The residential rain tanks are produced by a variety of Australian and US manufacturers. Aussie Rain Tanks LLC is owned by Bruce Hallinan, a dual Australian/US citizen, with over 20 years developing and marketing new consumer products. He is proud to supply products that help reduce domestic water consumption, save precious drinking water, keep gardens green and even look good in your side or backyard.