From Around the Web: Hotels and Commercial Properties Face a Future of Possibly Drowning in the Cost of Water

by Christina McCale 0 Comments
Photo by: Somsak Nitimongkolchai via FastCoExist.com/Shutterstock

Photo by: Somsak Nitimongkolchai via FastCoExist.com/Shutterstock

An aging infrastructure, water shortages, and increased demand spell a recipe for increasing water costs for commercial property owners, including hotels.

However, a recently released white paper points to a possible solution.

The Chicago Faucets white paper offers a solution as part of a thorough water conservation plan—replace a building’s older manual faucets with new electronically metered low-flow faucets. Advancements in technology and the decreasing costs make this a remedy many commercial properties may find more palatable than rising water bills.

 

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