Just one dripping faucet or leaking toilet can amount to 3,000 gallons of water loss per year. One small crack in the line of an irrigation system can lose more than 13,000 gallons annually and leaky valves and gaskets anywhere in your facility can cause mechanical break downs and property damage, impacting your water, sewer, and energy bills.
If your facility has a compressed air system that powers machine tools and spray painting equipment, you may already be aware of the potential for significant losses due to leaks. One 1/4 inch leak alone can add more than $10,000 year in energy costs and significant reductions in compressor capacity.
With recent water rate increases in several Maryland jurisdictions and the potential for quick payback in energy savings by fixing compressed air losses, now is a great time to take a fresh look at your facility to identify and address leaks.
Compressed Air Leaks
Take just one simple step to locate and fix a leak and your organization will be entered into a prize drawing at the Maryland Green Registry Annual Membership and Awards Event in June 2017. Prizes include leak monitors, energy monitors and free registration to WASTECON in Baltimore.
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