Playgrounds, sports turf, building landscape, and myriad indoor space associated with a K-12 school or institute of higher learning all use lots of water. And the water needs are rarely one-size-fits-all. For a school or set of properties associated with a college campus, there can be a surprisingly large variety of landscape and watering needs as well as building water use. Through tighter visibility and control over leaks, overwatering and other non-productive use, we help save water, money and time because you have better things to spend it on than water waste.
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A school district or college campus is likely to include a range of landscape needs and building water use. You may be experiencing outdoor water restrictions and rising water costs, not to mention striving to achieve sustainability goals. HydroPoint has the experience, proven ROI and range of solutions for the water management needs of large, discerning educational institutions.
For those whose main concerns are drought-related, installing smart water management solutions provides better oversight and helps prevent excessive irrigation. Not only do landscapes look better but significant water can be saved, complying with strict, drought-related irrigation requirements and avoiding expensive fines.
Greater oversight enables you to successfully combat landscape overwatering. In addition, you’ll know even more about the performance of your landscape contractors or employees than if you walked the grounds on a daily basis with them.
Don’t underestimate the value of the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’ll be alerted immediately to a major water leak before it turns catastrophic.
HydroPoint total site water management solutions are easy to deploy and manage. Because not everyone has resources at the ready, we offer a variety of sustainability services , including turnkey assistance.
Learn how a California school district reduced water use by a whopping 42% and outsmarted the drought. The webcast features David Chandler, Energy & Sustainability Commissioner for the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District.