Saving Water Means Saving Money

Meet Your Sustainability Goals While Improving Your Bottom Line

4 Easy Water- and Money-Saving Tips for Your Property

Water Saving Fixtures
Install Water-Saving Fixtures

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.

Prepare For Leaks
Prepare for Leaks

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.

Water Saving Fixtures
Upgrade Your Image

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.

Implement a Linen-Reuse Program
Implement a Linen-Reuse Program

In addition to saving water and cleaning supplies, these programs prolong the lives of towels and linens, save housekeeping staff time, and improve your image to environmentally conscious guests.

Source: WaterSense, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency