Leaks Happen. Water Flow Monitoring Systems Find Them In Real Time.

Leaks Happen. Water Flow Monitoring Systems Find Them In Real Time.

Meg Mason Blog

Every property will experience both indoor and outdoor water leaks as plumbing naturally ages. Fixtures and fittings are particularly susceptible to leaking, and excessive water pressure can cause pipes to burst or leak over time. Identifying the existence of leaks using monthly water bills means that non-visible leaks will go undiscovered for long periods of time.

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Sustainability Is About Good Business, Not Just Making Businesses Good

Sustainability Is About Good Business, Not Just Making Businesses Good

Meg Mason Blog

Sustainable investing is the future, according to Audrey Choi, chief sustainability officer for Morgan Stanley. Women and millennials are driving investor interest in sustainability, she noted, whose combined constituencies will make up three-quarters of the workforce by 2025 and are three times more likely to seek out employment with a sustainably minded company.   

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Two New Laws Put California on a Long-Term Water Diet

Two New Laws Put California on a Long-Term Water Diet

Meg Mason Blog

The California drought is officially over. The amount of water collected last winter put the state’s reservoirs in decent shape with several of them at or above average. But the largest water source, the Sierra snowpack, measured at only 52 percent of average. As we enter a “new normal” characterized by greater weather extremes, the desire to use water carefully remains.

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