“Going Green” is no longer the wave of the future, but is increasingly becoming a central feature
in today’s building and property maintenance practices. And while saving money has always been
a bottom line focus, it has become just as important to add the conservation of water, energy and
equipment to that bottom line. Most organizations are moving or looking to move in that direction.
How would you like to save up to 25% on your building’s pumping system energy costs?
With the state in a major drought alert with mandated cuts in water usage, conservation has become
the focal point for property management companies everywhere. What is your conservation strategy?
"Pumping uses a tremendous amount of electricity. In looking at efficiency of hydronic heating
systems, we have long focused on the fuel used to heat the water being circulated, without paying
much attention to pumping energy. Fortunately, that’s beginning to change" - Alex Wilson