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Cooperative Funding Initiative for Water Conservation Projects
Cooperative Funding is a 50/50 cost-share program is available for water conservation projects! Types of projects eligible for funding include toilet, showerhead and pre-rinse spray valve replacements, landscape irrigation evaluations, landscape demonstrations, rebates/installation of evapotranspiration controllers, rain sensors and soil moisture sensors, and industrial, commercial & institutional evaluations and rebates.

We studied water use in 26 facilities and found they can reduce an average of 26% of their water use by improving water efficiency.

There are several different ways to categorize Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional water use. The accepted use of the term ICI refers only to the nonresidential, public supply customers and excludes multifamily, residential uses.

This information was collected in 1997 and is the most recent data available. Contact us to share other data, comments and suggestions.


Manufacturer

This St. Petersburg manufacturer could achieve potential saving of 50% of its water use with bathroom retrofits, cooling adjustments, and a recirculation system.
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Hotel/motel

This Tampa hotel could save 35% of its water use with bathroom retrofits, cooling adjustments, and Irrigation Modifications.
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Restaurant

This Largo restaurant could save 31% of its water use with just minor modifications.
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Office building

Cooling system adjustments to a St. Petersburg office building yeilds a potential savings of 1.5 million gallons of water annualy!
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High school

A Seffner, FL high school could save over 4 million gallons of water per year by following these recommendations!
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Hospital

By following these recommendations a St. Petersburg Hospital has potential savings of over 24 million gallons of water annually!
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