Retail Owners and Managers
Retail Giants are Saving Millions of Gallons of Water with WeatherTRAK
Regency Centers piloted three solutions, before standardizing on WeatherTRAK to save more than $350,000 each year on water bills.
Walmart reports that their implementation of WeatherTRAK around the country cuts water use an average of 39% per site.
Macerich piloted WeatherTRAK smart irrigation controllers at eight locations in 2011, saving 8.5 million gallons of water within the first 12 months of use.
They join thousands of retail sites all over the country who benefit each day from WeatherTRAK Smart Water Manager investments:
Reduce Operating Costs
- Eliminate water waste and run-off
- Enhance landscape health and curb appeal
- Reduce plant damage or replacement
- Eliminate costly run-off and water waste
Reduce Risk Exposure
- Minimize re-paving and hardscape repairs
- Lower slip/fall property liability
- Alerts to support quick response to address leaks and issues
- Central dashboard and reporting on all properties
- Single site, multiple site, or account-wide reporting
- Web and mobile access for landscape maintainers from anywhere
Featured Success Stories
Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, Regency Centers piloted three solutions, and standardized on WeatherTRAK. “Our Smart Water Management investments have a relatively low cost, quick payback, are simple to retrofit and are often eligible for lucrative utility rebates,” explains Mark Peternell, VP of Sustainability. The HydroPoint technology is now used at Regency properties in 11 states. Sites were chosen based on highest water rate or highest water consumption. Many of the controllers were financed by local municipal rebates. Regency estimates it saves $350,000 and 96 million gallons of water each year from the 169 controllers on its sites. Listen to the webcast.