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 Take a look at these actual photos of Silver Run Falls in North Carolina

 

    

Actual photos of upper Chattooga River in North Carolina

Do you think that we have a serious need for water conservation?

Save Water US .com is ready to help you:

Get Green - Water conservation is good for the environment;

Save Green - Save money on water, sewer, and water heating costs;

Make Green - Many governments and large companies priority-book green hotels!

 

Utility Savers® and our Save Water US . com website are totally committed to your water conservation efforts.

Water Conservation will not only save you money for the actual water that you are no longer using, but also the associated sewer charges and water heating expenses for the hot water that you are no longer using. In addition, there just isn't any good reason to use more water than necessary. Water is a precious resource that we all need to protect.

Are you flushing money down the drain with each use?

 

   

                   

We are proud distributors of High Efficiency, High Performance water conservation products including: (click on the picture above or description below for more information on these products)

 

Ultra High Efficiency Toilets

One Pint per Flush Urinals

High Performance, Low Flow Shower Heads

Morning Rain Style Shower Heads

Low Flow Kitchen Pre-Rinse Spray Valve

Low Flow Sink Aerators

The Amazing WaterBroom

 

Buy a 6-pack of our soon to be almost famous Super Green Can Koolies!

Only $15 including postage to Continental US.

LEED Accredited Professionals (LEED APs) have demonstrated a thorough understanding of green building techniques, the LEED Green Building Rating System, and the certification process. The LEED AP program is administered by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI), which was established with the support of USGBC to allow for objective, balanced management of the credentialing program.

 

What are LEED® AP Professional Credentials?

LEED Professional Accreditation distinguishes building professionals with the knowledge and skills to successfully steward the LEED Certification process. LEED Accredited Professionals (LEED APs) have demonstrated a thorough understanding of green building practices and principles and the LEED Green Building Rating System.

The LEED AP credential represents knowledge of the LEED Rating System and its application in practice. LEED APs facilitate the integrated design process and streamline the LEED Certification process. More than 80,000 building professionals from across all areas of practice have become LEED APs since the Professional Accreditation program was launched in 2001.

Benefits for Employers

  • Eligibility for projects on which owners are mandating the participation of a LEED AP

  • Strengthened qualifications when responding to RFPs requiring LEED APs

  • Encourages employees to continue increasing their knowledge and understanding of green building and LEED

Benefits for the Building Industry

  • Encourages and promotes a higher understanding of LEED and supports USGBC’s mission of transforming the built environment

Contact our on-staff LEED® AP at LEEDAP@savewaterus.com

 

 

 

 

St. Petersburg Times Article

"Hotel finds it's easy to be green"

 

Where is your water going?

Our water saving products can usually affect at least 75% of your water consumption and are appropriate for all types of applications

Hotels & Motels

Condominiums

Apartments

Hospitals & Nursing Homes

Office Buildings

Restaurants

Banks

Marinas

Shopping Centers & Malls

Sports Stadiums

State Parks

Schools & Universities

 

 

 

Utility Savers® is committed to protecting the future of our national and local water supplies by offering high-quality, water-efficient products. That’s why we are partnering with WaterSense, a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) program.

 

     

Look for the WaterSense promotional label on our shelves or near specially marked products on our Web site, and know you are purchasing a product that will reduce water use and could lower your utility bills, without sacrificing quality or performance.

 Why We Care

An American family of four can use more than 400 gallons of water every day, and, on average, approximately 70 percent of that water is used indoors. But did you know that you and your family could save nearly 30,000 gallons per year simply by installing water-efficient fixtures in your home? 

 

  

Look for the Label

WaterSense labeled products perform as well as or better than standard models and can help you protect the environment and save on utility bills. Look for the WaterSense label on products from these manufacturers:

     

Learn more about the benefits of water efficiency and how you can help save water for future generations by visiting the WaterSense Web site www.epa.gov/watersense. You can even “Test Your WaterSense” www.epa.gov/watersense/quiz by playing EPA’s online water-efficiency game and quiz!

 

                 

 

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