22 May Webinar – May 27th, 2020 at 1:00 PM EST – Flooding with treated cold water: debunking the myths
Join us for this FREE Zoom Webinar on May 27th at 1:00 pm EST, presented by the Mayors’ Megawatt Challenge, a project of the Climate Challenge Network.
Hear from front line ice makers with tips to make exceptional ice, while saving energy, reducing maintenance, lower run times and less greenhouse gas emissions using treated cold flood water.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Michael Pisocki, Operations Manager, Barclays Center/Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New York
Professional hockey venues, and home rinks of the New York Islanders
- Cam Coulter, Operations Coordinator, Mayfield Recreation Complex, Caledon, Ontario
Municipally-owned seasonal single pad
- Chet Murch, GM, The Rinks at Exeter, Exeter, New Hampshire
Twin pad, sand base
- Michael Knight, Supervisor of Arenas, Sardis Sports Complex, City of Chilliwack, British Columbia
Originally a twin pad which became a triple in 2019 – one sand base
- Larry Bruyere, GM, Ice in Paradise, Goletha, California
New build incorporating REALice; single pad with studio rink
- Tyler Seitz, Senior Manager Ice and Building Operations, WinSport, Calgary, Alberta
Not-for-profit 4-pad at Canada Olympic Park – 1xOLY and 3xNHL
In addition, Cristina Guido, Acting Manager Energy & Environment from the Town of Caledon, ON will walk us through the verified savings on their seasonal single-pad since they made the switch to REALice.
The webinar takes place on Wednesday, May 27th at 1:00 pm EST. Spots are limited, so secure your FREE spot now!
During COVID-19, MMC is working to help municipalities and rink managers through this difficult situation. This webinar is FREE to all attendees.
The Mayors’ Megawatt Challenge brings municipalities together to improve energy efficiency and environmental performance in their own buildings. Members demonstrate leadership, inspiring other organizations and individuals to take action towards healthier, more sustainable communities.