Green Plumbing Design Workshop


Become a GPD!

Dates: September 18-19
Registration Check in: September 18, 7:30-8:00am
Workshop Hours: 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. (both days)

ASPE and IAPMO joined forces in 2012 and began work on the development of the Green Plumbing Design Certificate program. We are truly excited to present this information to our members to help you gain knowledge in performing green plumbing design work, to design systems that conserve and protect water supplies and reduce energy consumption in the delivery and use of water.

During this two day Beta-Workshop you will learn about:

  • water conservation measures
  • developing and advising on residential plumbing conservation measures
  • Identifying and advising on efficient solar heated water design and
  • installation
  • developing water efficient technology measures
  • preparing for a domestic plumbing inspection report
  • undertaking a commercial or residential plumbing inspection report
  • Performing calculations
  • developing product knowledge and recommendations

On the last day of the workshop, each participant will be given 50 question exam. This exam has been designed to test the participant’s knowledge of the information that was presented during the workshop. Successfully passing the assessment will provide you with honor of using the GPD designation!

Workshop Participation Requirements: Must have a CPD or PE

*Limited to the first 20 participants!

Register for multiple events and save!

When you register for the Green Plumbing Design Beta-Workshop along with the Technical Symposium you will save 25% on workshop fees!




ASPE is recognized as an approved provider and sponsor of CEUs and PDHs throughout all 50 states for registrations and licensing requirements. Specifically, we are approved as a Continuing Education Sponsor in the states of New York, New Jersey, Indiana, Louisiana, North Carolina, and Florida (FL Provider #0003524; Sequence #0000084). The remaining states do not require a specific provider to be pre-approved to issue CEU/PDH credits. It is ultimately the responsibility of the participant of each course to make sure that you are in compliance with your state's rules and guidelines.