When I originally considered starting a company specializing in water conservation there were many concerns and unknowns. However, I knew for certain that no matter what the future held, we would conduct our business with integrity, skill, and respect. Since 2003 RTS Water has been working with building owners and our Energy Service Company (ESCO) partners providing infrastructure improvements and solving facility issues through water conservation. We hold true to these tenets today as we focus on sound engineering based water conservation solutions and utilizing the highest quality installation methods.
Positive relationships are incredibly important in all that we do in life. We understand the value of establishing and then maintaining positive relationships from a business perspective. We continue to refine processes and procedures to ensure that we are providing the highest quality of service to our customers in order to maintain these relationships.
If you are a current RTS Water customer, we are very grateful for your continued trust in us. If you have challenges with your buildings water consuming systems, your performance contracts, and you need a trusted partner please consider RTS Water.
*Install a water-saving shower head. Older heads use 5-10 gallons per minute (gpm). All new fixtures use approximately 2.5 gpm and offer equal water coverage and force.
*Many high water consumption problems stem from toilets which slowly leak water because of bad valves, improperly positioned float arms or defective overflow tubes. Place dye tablets in your toilet tank. After several minutes if you see the dye enter your toilet bowl you know you have a leak.
*Consider installing a high efficiency toilet (HET) that only uses 1.28 gallons/flush.
*Rinse dishes, vegetables and fruits in a filled basin, rather than under running water.
*Water your plants with left-over rinse water. (Plants also love fish tank water!)
*Wash only full loads in the dishwasher. Use the "light wash" setting when possible.
*Consider buying a high efficiency dishwasher that will save water and energy. Some water districts and homeowners associations give discounts for this.
*Keep a jug of chilled water in the refrigerator for drinking to avoid running the water until it gets cold.
*Wash only full loads of clothing.
*Hand wash single garments.
*Consider buying a high efficiency washing machine that will save water and energy. Some water districts and homeowners associations give rebates for this.