Getting to work

Water efficiency initiatives follow a continuous improvement cycle: measure, manage, monitor, report.

It starts with an audit that identifies sources of waste and inefficiency. This pinpoints ways to invest in water conservation solutions:

  • Fixing leakage and other sources of waste.
  • Installing more efficient plumbing fixtures and heating, ventilating, and air conditioning equipment.
  • Adopting water-smart landscaping practices, like switching to drought-tolerant plantings and using in-ground sensors to trigger watering only when truly necessary.
  • Integrating renewable resources through advances like solar thermal systems to save energy on water heating.
  • Use of artificial grass in Schools, busineses, and residential properties.
  • Adding automation and controls to regulate water usage.
  • Improving maintenance and operating practices to keep water-using equipment efficient and leak-free.
  • Installing advanced and automated water-metering systems to monitor usage and spot trends.
  • Using reliable data to assess results and establish continuous improvement strategies.