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Educational resources on the latest in water management trends, news, and best practices.

How To Save Water

How to Save Water, Money and Time

The Colorado-based non-profit River Network estimates that a frightening 13 percent of the nation’s electricity consumption is used for collecting, distributing and treating water. Across the US, organizations struggle with how to save water.

Need for Leak Detection

Leak Detection: The Hidden Costs of Undetected Leaks

Leaks come in many forms. They can be large or small. They can be visible eyesores or hidden disruptions that go undetected for months. No matter their size, one thing is certain: leaks can have a devastating impact on your budget, your building, and your landscape.

10 Habits Learned From the Drought

As you probably know, many parts of the US recently emerged from five years of a drought. During those years, lakes, rivers and reservoirs dwindled. Arid conditions caused challenges for plants and wildlife. To curb water use and prohibit water waste, measures were put in place at local and states levels. During that time, companies adapted many new green practices they learned from drought restrictions and regulations. Now that it’s all over, the West has heaved a collective sigh of relief.

Hidden Costs and Liabilities of Mismanaged Water

Water rates are growing faster than that of energy, rising an astounding 41% since 2010. [1] It’s simple: waste precious water and your organization will add to what is likely already a substantial bill. But mismanaged water is actually costing you far more than just the cost of the water – you’re exposing yourself to a whole host of additional costs and potential liabilities.

Leading Facilities Managers Leverage IoT for Smart Water Management

Data-Enabled Water Management Makes Life Greener for Facilities Managers. From cooling towers to sewer systems and landscape irrigation, water is one of the four key elements of nature that facilities professionals must manage to ensure the most efficient use of this precious resource. Unfortunately, most water systems are not top of mind — until something goes wrong.

EPA WaterSense

101 Ways to Conserve Water

Water conservation is gaining importance based on the impact it can have on everything from the bottom line to employee motivation and an organization’s place in society.