Basic water conservation practices, such as installing low-flow toilets or waterless urinals, or changing to motion-sensor faucets, can pay back in more ways than one. Your facility may see lower operating expenses through energy savings, reduced sewer and water costs and reduced chemical and pre-treatment costs.
Adopting water-saving technologies doesn’t have to cost a lot either! State and local governments are increasingly offering incentives to help companies adopt water-saving practices. In addition, some water utilities are offering water-conservation help to companies in the form of grants and loans.