Unified resource management can achieve significant conservation and consumption goals. This is true inside a building, within a company or for an entire state. As this Navigant Research article shows, the California drought highlights the critical nature of collaboration across departments and jurisdictions. The breaking down of silos and convening around a unified goal was essential to meeting the resource needs of the State. Holistic management — One Water — can help communities better manage this critical resource.
This approach extends to companies as well. Frequently water, energy and waste are managed separately in siloed departments. Bringing a unified and collaborative structure to your organization can help achieve energy reduction goals and improve the bottom line.