Sponsored by HydroPoint, Smart Irrigation Month provides an opportunity for the industry to come together each year to showcase cutting-edge smart irrigation technologies and practices that are providing solutions to the challenges in the agricultural and landscape irrigation industries.
Educational resources on the latest in water management trends, news, and best practices.
Looking to implement an ESG strategy – here is a list of best practices and things to look for as your organization creates a comprehensive program.
Water efficiency in large buildings plays a huge role in what makes a building “Green” and lends the opportunity to utilize the best technology available today. Such technologies and strategies not only decrease the amount of water consumption in a large building, but also will significantly reduce expenses in the operating budget.
When a building or community has been designed, constructed and operates using strategies that preserve precious natural resources, reduces negative impacts on our climate and environment, and improves our quality of life, it is commonly called “Green.”
Underground leaks within your irrigation system cannot be seen, so they can be difficult to find. However, above ground there will be obvious signs that something below ground is leaking or has broken.
Whether it be freezing winter conditions, torrential spring downpours, or blistering hot summer days, your plants and landscape need irrigation that is fine-tuned specifically to current weather and soil conditions. It’s called smart irrigation.
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.
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.
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.