Saving water with smart water technology saves money.

Because the EPA estimates that 50% of outdoor water use is wasted, we asked facilities managers to share a few tips to help you reduce water waste using the latest smart water technology.

  1. Get on top of water leaks (or breaks!) as quickly as possible

    Often, water leaks are detected only after a large water bill arrives. Because water leaks can develop at any hour, it would be handy to receive notifications when they occur. With new technology, excessive water use alerts can be sent to designated employees around the clock.

  2. Gain access to actionable water use data

    When you’re managing multiple properties, it can be difficult to troubleshoot water issues. New smart water management solutions allow facility managers to drill down from total water usage to performance metrics by site or area. Nothing gives better feedback than real-time, actionable data.

  3. Use smart water technology to stay in compliance with water conservation mandates

    Certain regions experiencing drought conditions have implemented water conservation mandates. Newer cloud-based software not only provides real-time visibility and control of multiple sites from a desktop or mobile device. It also provides dashboards and other reporting features, to help managers more easily ensure compliance with water conservation mandates.

We help facility managers save water, time, and money.  For more information, see why Lockheed Martin and other companies chose our WeatherTRAK and other smart water management solutions.

Feel free to contact us if you would like to learn more.