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3 Commercial Water Conservation Tips

12/17/2020 (Permalink)

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Consider These Three Tips When Creating Your Water Conservation Plan

In the United States, it is estimated that more than half of the available water is consumed through business use. Because businesses use such a large share of the water supply, they have the largest opportunity to have a positive impact on the Nation's water issues. These three tips can help your commercial operation conserve water.


1. Measure Water Consumption
To improve the amount of water your business is using, you first need to know how much water it is currently consuming. If you do not already have meters installed, install them, and take regular readings to determine which areas of your operation are consuming the most water. It is also a good idea to determine your water cost. It will be easier to get stakeholders on board with making a water upgrade to conserve water if you can demonstrate that the upgrade will also save the company money. Consider hiring a professional in Whittier, CA to perform a water audit.


2. Define Issues and Targeted Outcomes
Before you begin drafting your water conservation plan, you first need to identify the water issues you need to address and the outcomes you hope to achieve. For example, you might identify that you need to establish a regular maintenance plan and hire a water damage mitigation company to assist you with problems caused by leaky plumbing.


3. Improve Water Consumption
Once you have your current issues, goals, and consumption documented, you can begin implementing strategies to improve your water consumption. Strategies to consider include fixing leaks, installing low-flow restrictors on faucets, upgrading toilets to high-efficiency models, reclaiming wastewater, and relandscaping with plants that need less frequent watering.
Identifying and addressing water issues at your company can significantly reduce your negative impact on the environment and save your company money on water costs. 

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