Net Operating Income (NOI) is a way to understand the value of a real estate investment, there are many ways that implementing smart water management solutions can increase the NOI of any property.
How Smart Irrigation Reduces Corporate Risks & Liabilities Maintaining landscapes is not only about keeping plants healthy, but also about addressing water issues like leaks and overwatering. Unfortunately, without the right smart irrigation controller or visibility into water flow, you’re in the dark.
You don’t know what you don’t know. That’s why we’ve put together an actionable list of topics for your landscape management and maintenance plan. Read on.
Managing your landscape can quickly turn into what feels like a full-time job. Should you make it someone else’s job? Here’s how to decide.
Sustainability has become a buzzword. It’s currently used in political platforms, business slogans, product commercials, and more. When it comes to the environment, the focus on sustainably utilizing our current resources in a way that avoids depleting them for further generations is crucial.
Minor leaks becomes major problems when they go undetected. US households lose trillions of dollars each year; imagine the scale of waste for commercial facilities! Here are some helpful practices for detecting and stopping leaks on your property.
If the time has come for you to evaluate sustainability initiatives, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re starting from scratch or updating an existing infrastructure, there’s no one-size-fits-all sustainability plan.
Smart irrigation controllers have been known to save water, with an increase in wildfires, they are also being used to save properties too. SiteOne Landscape Supply used WeatherTRAK smart irrigation in aiding the preservation of a property during the Woolsey fire.
When Gov. Jerry Brown called on Californians to reduce their water use by 25 percent in response to a four-year drought, it seemed like an impossible goal.
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.
Internet of Things (IoT) devices and sensor technology are becoming more common in commercial building management. This smart building technology provides building owners and occupants with real-time data that can drive or automate decisions, reduce costs and waste less resources.
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.
A downtown Dallas neighborhood is getting smarter through a technology-enabled smart city pilot project. Rolled out in Dallas’ West End, the pilot includes intelligent LED street lighting, kiosks with digital maps of the area, public Wi-Fi, and smart irrigation systems.
Often taken for granted, most Americans benefit from the world’s most reliable and clean water system. In many parts of the United States, our water use is still being driven from a mindset that it is plentiful, available, and inexpensive. But those days are changing.
After nine years of research, the California State Water Control Board finalized a plan to save fish and wildlife populations, some of which are now threatened or endangered. For decades, native fish and wildlife co-existed with efforts to reclaim or divert water from the California Bay-Delta region.
The H-2B visa program has become a casualty in the larger war over immigration, with many landscaping businesses caught in the middle. The H-2B visa program determines how many temporary non-agricultural workers can work in the US every year. The current cap of 66,000 was temporarily increased to 81,000, and roughly half of them are landscapers.