Data-powered water management solutions empower companies to proactively optimize water use, mitigate waste and risk, and save costs.
For healthcare centers like Community Hospital, a sophisticated automated water management program is now just a touch screen away.
Water waste in buildings is a significant issue, with approximately 25% of all water entering buildings going to waste.
Failure to follow regular maintenance routines will expose owners to litigation should an occupant contract Legionnaires’ Disease.
The February 2022 issue focuses on forward-thinking facilities, compliance, and roofing. Plus. waste management and office design.
The company has been named to Fast Company's inaugural Next Big Things in Tech list.
Companies of all sizes can optimize water use in order to address our global water crisis.
AI-powered technology detects leaks in sprinklers and fire hydrant systems to prevent key sources of water damage in buildings.
SSC Services for Education (SCC) is sharing water conservation tips and strategies for communities for World Water Day on March 22, 2021.
Facilities closed or with reduced occupancy due to the COVID-19 pandemic need to evaluate current water systems to ensure a healthy return to operations. Phigenics, a firm focused on water management, provides insight.
Buildings reopening following the shutdown pose a health risk that mimics COVID-19 if water systems aren't brought online properly.
At commercial facilities, well-kept outside spaces are important to employees and visitors alike.
Texas Nameplate transformed itself from a company that was often cited for water discharge violations to one that sets an example in water management for other manufacturers.
The EPA has chosen the winners of its 2017 Campus Rainworks Challenge. What stormwater management strategies have you implemented to reduce runoff from your facility sites?
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) helped New York City health officials identify the source of a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak within hours and should be considered in all outbreak investigations.
World Resources Institute and MIT Sloan School of Management have proposed a method to help pinpoint where utilities and local governments may need to fortify water management efforts.
About 3% of Legionnaires’ disease cases were determined to be “definitely associated with a healthcare facility,” with 17% of cases listed as “possibly associated.”
Several K-12 and higher education facilities are among the 22 organizations receiving up to $60,000 each for water quality initiatives.
Reducing consumption and improving quality of this natural resource calls for a holistic, if measured, approach.
With global water demand for manufacturing expected to increase by 400 percent by 2050, Dow contends that organizations seeking to remain in business must use this scarce resource more efficiently.
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