On February 26, 2012 the 2012 RESNET Building Performance Conference will offer half day WaterSense Provider Training. WaterSense, a voluntary partnership program sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has recently released its Single-Family New Home Specification. To earn the WaterSense label, builders must have their homes inspected and certified to meet EPA’s specification criteria by an EPA licensed certification provider. EPA is teaming up with RESNET to provide WaterSense labeled new home inspection and certification training for potential licensed certification providers. This training is a requirement for QA personnel from organizations interested in certifying new homes for the WaterSense program. Have your QA personnel attend this training to learn about the WaterSense new homes program, including the inspection and certification process; satisfy the training requirement, which is the first step in EPA’s approval and licensing process; and find out how simple it is for your organization to add WaterSense new home certification services to your portfolio. *Please note this session is only for individuals that want to become WaterSense Providers. The training will be offered by Matt Stevens, Green Zone Homes. This training will only offered to 2012 RESNET Conference attendees. To register click on 2012 RESNET Conference There is a registration fee for this pre-conference training. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information. The 2012 RESNET Building Performance Conference is a not-to-miss event.