LEED-Endorsed Strategies For Reducing Building Water Use

LEED

LEED, which stands for “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design”, is a green building certification program managed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The goal of the LEED program is to protect and restore our environmental resources and enhance human health and well-being through the promotion of sustainable building and facility management practices. LEED […]

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How Hospitals Save with Real Time Water Monitoring

hospitals save water

Water is an indispensable part of daily hospital operations. In addition to restrooms, showers, water fountains, and kitchen facilities, hospitals need water for medical sanitation and sterilization. Because medical facilities use so much water throughout a single day, a surprise water leak can result in astronomically high water bills. Luckily, it’s possible to detect surprise […]

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