Resources to Help You Operate Your Properties More Efficiently

Water Leaks
If your monthly water consumption is unusually higher than average, start searching for a leak. Leaks in faucets and toilets account for millions of gallons of water wasted each year in commercial properties.

Did you know that:

  • A dripping leak consumes 15 gallons per day or 450 gallons per month.
  • A 1/32 inch leak consumes 264 gallons per day or 7,920 gallons per month.
  • A leaking toilet can consume one half gallon per minute or 21,600 gallons per month.

Use this leak detection calculator provided by USGS to determine how many gallons you can save by fixing one leak. Leak Calculator

Water Sense for Commercial Properties
Source: EPA.GOV
Commercial and institutional users of water include a wide range of businesses and organizations. Facilities such as schools, hotels, retail stores, office buildings, and hospitals account for up to 17% of publicly-supplied water use and 18% of energy use in the United States. Reducing water use by adopting and promoting water-efficient products, services, and practices in these facilities can have a great impact in helping to meet challenges faced by communities to meet water demands, save energy, and reduce stress on our natural resources. Start saving water and energy now by taking action. Learn More at EPA.GOV

Energy Savings for Commercial Properties
Source: Energy.GOV
Commercial buildings have high energy needs and can put great strain on the nation’s power grids during peak periods. Developing more efficient buildings helps ensure a steady supply of affordable power and significantly lowers operating costs for business.

The Department of Energy works to develop and deploy cost-effective solutions that help increase efficiency and reduce the cost of powering commercial buildings. Through research, best practices and the Better Buildings Initiative, the Department is working with businesses to create a cleaner, more sustainable future. Learn More at Energy.GOV

Find Additional Resources for Building Energy and Water Savings for Property Managers and Owner at BOMA.ORG