Saving Water Means Saving Money
Meet Your Sustainability Goals While Improving Your Bottom Line
4 Easy Water- and Money-Saving Tips for Your Property
Low-flow toilets, showerheads, faucets, and aerators can save you a great deal of water and money in guest rooms, while metered faucets save big in public restrooms, often paying back the initial investment in less than a year. Look for WaterSense®-labeled products, which are certified to be at least 20% more efficient without sacrificing performance.
One dripping faucet can waste 20 gallons of water a day, while a leaking toilet can use 90,000 gallons of water in a month! Take a wrench to any small leaks today, and don't let a plumbing emergency catch your staff off guard in the future: ensure you always have the critical stock items you need on hand and organized with our StockWise® Inventory Management Solutions.
Not only is bottled water more expensive per gallon than gasoline, but it also produces a huge carbon footprint. Upgrade water fountains to bottle-filling stations to improve your facility image and the guest experience with convenient filtered water.
Source: WaterSense, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency