Industrial/Commercial Conservation

Industries and businesses can often save water and maintain current production quantities or even increase production.

Reasons to Conserve Water

  • Reducing current costs - water costs account for 1 to 2 percent of a businesses turnover. Saving water can reduce overhead costs.
  • Reducing future costs - water prices will more than likely increase in the future.
  • Increasing production efficiency - using water efficiently will make additional water available for future production.
  • Providing tax benefits - many government agencies and water utilities provide rebates, grants, and tax relief to encourage water conservation. Tax benefits keep money where it belongs, in your pocket.