Indoor Water Efficiency News

The Fairmont utilizes a “Water Management Program” that reduces their total water consumption by using fixtures including low-flush toilets and tap aerators.
July 3, 2018
Based on the sheer scope of the sustainable hospitality industry, it’s no wonder that the UN has set sights on international tourism as a key avenue for reaching their 2030 goals for sustainable development.
Wondering what applicances will help your project achieve LEED Credit? Here are the top three appliances that can reduce indoor water use.
August 1, 2016
Water efficient appliances, alternative water sources, and conscientious consumer practices can help LEED builders reduce indoor water use.
Polluted Riverwater
March 29, 2016
Water conservation is vital for the future of humanity, especially in large, urban areas, but is LEED comprehensive enough to meet these challenges?
It is time that we start asking about and reacting to contaminants found in our water.
February 28, 2016
Flint, MI sparked a milieu of questions about who controls our water and where it comes from. Now, it is important to take action to obtain safe water through efficient, sustainable methods.
Large amounts of process water are used in cooling towers of buildings and nuclear power plants.
December 24, 2014
Process water intensity can be more wasteful than any other source of potable water use in buildings. LEED v4 aims to highlight this.
Moen's Brantford MotionSense faucet offers touchless sensors for easier control.
December 22, 2014
Two innovative touchless faucets are going head to head in the market for your high end water efficiency dollars.

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