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Press Release: WaterSignal Announces Two Promotions, Boosting Service and Operations

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ATLANTA – WaterSignal, a green technology company focused on water conservation, is pleased to announce the promotion of Jennifer Cannon to Operations Manager. Her primary responsibilities include supervising the deployment of WaterSignal systems by field technicians, data analysis, and device troubleshooting. “Over the past 7 years, Jennifer has worked hard and dedicated herself to the […]

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Ways to be Proactive Against Water Waste

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While several factors contribute to water waste in the U.S., the two main issues are undetected leaks caused by an aging infrastructure that is decades away from replacement, and faulty irrigation systems/procedures incorporated by millions of property owners. Just like energy, property owners and managers must begin monitoring their water use on a weekly basis […]

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Fix-A-Leak Week 2018

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Celebrated in March of each year, Fix-A-Leak Week encourages every day Americans to play a role in decreasing water waste by checking fixtures and making water conscious decisions throughout their daily lives. Did you know? Leaks contribute to over 1 trillion gallons of water lost in the US every year. Yikes! Check out our infographic and help spread the […]

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10 Pre-Spring Water Saving Tips

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With spring approaching, the time has come to inspect the damage caused by the past few months of fluctuating temperatures, ice, and snow. With the inevitable annual thaw in mind, we have compiled a list of tips to help you identify leaks and conserve water by staying proactive throughout the spring and summer; and with […]

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How Water Tracking for Student Housing Saves Money for Universities

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From student housing to classroom buildings, university campuses are notorious for using mass amounts of water. With numerous buildings using tremendous amounts of water every single day, thoughtful conservation measures can go a long way in cutting down the waste of this precious natural resource. Of course, before your university embarks on a major water […]

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4 Critical Steps on the Path to LEED Certification

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Interested in attaining LEED certification for your building? Managed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED is a green building certification program that seeks to conserve our environmental resources and enhance human health through the promotion of sustainable building and facility management practices. It takes a bit of upfront labor to put together an initial […]

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