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Water Sustainability At Your Restaurant: A Closer Look At What You Can Do To Make A Difference

By Patricia Bonacorda

At the average rate of about $1.50 per 1,000 gallons, the typical restaurant in the U.S. spends over $3,000 per year on water alone — not including related expenses such as sewer and septic. However, don’t count on that number staying so low. Water prices rose 41 percent between 2010 and 2015, and are likely to keep rising. What’s a restaurant owner to do? Get proactive, of course. Here are some practical tips for improving water efficiency in your restaurant: 7 Ways to Reduce Your Restaurant Water Bills Fix your leaks. It sounds simplistic, but fixing even little leaks can make a big difference. If you have a leaky...

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