water conservation

Sub-metering and L.A.D.W.P.: What You Don’t Know Could Cost You

Sub-metering and L.A.D.W.P.:  What You Don't Know Could Cost You In the past, residents were not responsible for utility costs.  The typical resident would only be responsible for paying rent and could use an unlimited amount of utilities.  This has caught the attention of regulators, environmentalists and property owners and has resulted in a dramatic […]

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Ways to Conserve Water in the Home

Water Conservation Summary. . .     In 1990, 30 states in the US reported 'water-stress' conditions. In 2000, the number of states reporting water-stress rose to 40. In 2009, the number rose to 45. There is a worsening trend in water supply nationwide. Taking measures at home to conserve water not only saves you […]

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Reclaim Your Association’s Money

Reclaim Your Association's Money Ever hear of spending the same dollar twice? How would you like to go back in time, get holds of money your business or association already spent and spend it again this year? HUNDREDS OF COMPANIES AND ASSOCIATIONS ON THE WEST COAST ARE DOING IT! Best of all – your business […]

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Doesn’t a utility audit create more work for the property manager and/or management company?

True or False: Utility Audits Create More Work When managers of businesses or associations look into a utility audit, they often have several common misconceptions about the process. Among their list of concerns, this question tends to pop up frequently: Won’t a utility audit require a lot of work from our property manager, business owner, […]

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The Phantom Water Meter

The Phantom Water Meter   An association once called upon Pacific Utility Audit with a strange problem: They had paid 10 monthly water bills for years without being able to track down each water meter on their property.   A community board member spent hours of his free time trying to find the elusive water […]

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