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ENERGY PLUS WATER

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Indoor Water: Require dual plumbing, greywater collection, alternate water supply, compact hot water distribution, and/or low-flow fixtures

Compact hot water distribution systems save water and energy by locating hot water fixtures close to the water heater, minimizing the volume of water lost prior to the arrival of hot water

  • Saving water also saves energy
  • Wide range of measure costs and complexity
  • Preparation for drought years
  • Enabling measures are forward-looking
  • Water is relatively inexpensive to the end-user
Your city could be the first to adopt this ordinance

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Outdoor Water: A combination of recycled water for common landscaping, pool and spa covers, and irrigation meter and control systems

Expanding the scope of existing requirements for covers on pools and spas results in direct water savings and associated indirect (embedded) energy savings from reduced evaporation

  • Saving water also saves energy
  • Wide range of measure costs and complexity
  • Preparation for drought years
  • Enabling measures are forward-looking
  • Water is relatively inexpensive to the end-user
Your city could be the first to adopt this ordinance

Application Package

Internal Staff Resources

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