Water management is no longer an occasional problem.
Companies are facing the reality that California’s droughts are increasing in frequency.
January and February 2022 were the driest January and February on record, according to Drought.gov, which monitor’s the State’s conditions. And according to the CA Dept. of Water Resources, over the past 13 years, we have experienced two other major events (2012-2016 and 2007-2009).
Outlooks suggest that this trend will continue. The State has called on “all Californians to help meet this challenge by stepping up their efforts to save water.”
Is your company a Water-Waster or a Water-Miser?
Highly regulated by the State, water is often the most misused resource within companies. And with mandated usage restrictions, inefficient water usage could significantly impact company operations. It makes sense to evaluate your water management practices – and look for opportunities to dramatically improve efficiencies.
- Companies often underestimate their water consumption.
Did you know it takes between 180 and 328 gallons of water to produce a 2-liter bottle of soda, 20 gallons of water to make a pint of beer, and nearly 37 gallons of water to produce the ingredients to make a single cup of coffee?
- Customers research a company’s sustainability practices.
Did you know that showcasing how your company implements sound water & resource practices increases customer engagement and reflects well on your business?
"Effective water treatment technologies can reduce usage by up to 50%, and enable companies to recycle and reuse up to 75% of their wastewater."
Let’s look at your options:
Determine if your existing treatment system is functioning correctly.
Improper maintenance practices can drastically reduce performance and outcomes. At minimum, you need an annual checkup to evaluate your ORP, pH, backwash and discharge.
Take actions and manage your water wisely!
Every business that uses water should be proactive about implementing water management practices. At Hotsy Pacific, our expert team will work with your company to guide you on the best ways to save water, improve efficiencies – and manage this valuable resource.
Water management is everybody’s business!
We offer no-cost consultations to help you determine the best options for your business.
If you have an existing system, we can conduct a performance optimization check to make sure you’re getting the best results.