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Rainwater harvesting, both for water supply and as a contribution to stormwater control.
LID/volume-based hydrology as the foundation of stormwater/water quality management.
The decentralized concept of wastewater management, focusing on the reuse value of this water resource, from individual on-site systems up to whole community systems.
Sigi Koko is the principal designer at Down to Earth Design, which she founded in 1998 to help her clients manifest their dreams of living in a natural, healthy home. She translates each client’s vision into a unique building design that reflects their personality and lifestyle, while responding to the surrounding landscape and climate. Sigi’s uniquely collaborative design process provides a high level of information and support that encourages her clients to engage fully throughout design and construction. Sigi also teaches natural building workshops that empower her clients to contribute creatively during the construction of their own home.