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Old sewage and flood control systems fail during storm surges in Florida, and water overflows onto the streets of major Florida cities. The storm water from those overflows may contain fecal bacteria. Water at Florida beaches must reach over 70 bacteria per 100 ml of beach water (compared to the 35 per 100 ml of […]
Posted on Water Efficiency October 25, 2018 by Vittorio Bonomi
Mention water conservation and most people think about ways to use less for tasks like cleaning, cooking, irrigation and industrial processes. An often overlooked aspect of conserving water is preventing wastage due to leaks. Just how much water is wasted? (And what can we do about it?) According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), […]
Posted on Water Efficiency October 5, 2018 by Vittorio
Roughly 70% of the earth’s surface is covered with water. Yet less than 3% is freshwater and not all of that is accessible for use. While climate change receives ongoing attention, the risk of water shortage is severe enough to deserve our focus. Here’s why.
The benefits of the system are: • Property Manager Dashboard which is designed to monitor the water usage for each apartment. • Battery Life indicated on the Property Manager Dashboard with notification when the batteries need to be changed. Lifespan is about 2 years and they use standard AA batteries. • Automatic Shut-off Valve with […]
Awareness of the impact our buildings have on the environment, particularly energy consumption and the release of greenhouse gases, has pushed us to the frontier of building automation. But automation means more than just setting and forgetting. Here is the path we have followed since the beginning of building management to the present and what […]