|Submission Date||March 3, 2022|
Hawaii Community College-Hilo
OP-21: Water Use
This credit is weighted more heavily for institutions located in areas of water stress and scarcity and less heavily for institutions in areas with relative water abundance. The points available for each part of this credit are determined by the level of ”Physical Risk Quantity” for the institution’s main campus, as indicated by the World Resources Institute Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas. The number of points available is automatically calculated in the online Reporting Tool as detailed in the following table:
Director, Sustainability Initaitives
Office of Sustainability
This credit was marked as Not Pursuing so Reporting Fields will not be displayed.
Assessment in progress, no score available at this time.
A green infrastructure LID project was installed at Pālamanui campus via a “living machine” natural wastewater recycling system as part of its work to achieve LEED Platinum, however there are insufficient personnel on-campus for the system to function properly.
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