2012 Conservation Partner Award Winners
Congratulations to the following companies for taking conservation to a higher level in their industry. Their efforts are applauded as a leader through their commitment toward greater efficiency and water sustainability.
Bureau of Printing and Engraving
Total Annual Projected Savings: 741,232 gallons of water
Reduced water use by retrofitting 77 faucet aerators, 11 flush valves and 16 shower heads.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Annual Projected Savings: 136,464 gallons of water
Retrofitted 19 kitchen and 83 bath faucet aerators to achieve their water savings.
First Command Financial Services, Inc.
Total Annual Projected Savings: Over 1 million gallons of water
Reduced water use through the retrofit of 74 faucet aerators, 10 showerheads and 22 urinal flush valves. Additionally, they optimized cooling towers and purchased more efficient chillers.
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics (2nd Year Recipient)
Annual Projected Savings: 33 million gallons of water
Achieved their savings by installing pH control systems for two cooling towers, replacing one cooling tower system, and making modifications to their rinse tanks and deionized water system.
Tarrant County College District
Annual Projected Savings: 3.7 million gallons of water
Reduced water consumption through the retrofit of over 1,100 faucet aerators. They also installed pH control systems for their primary cooling towers and optimized their operations.
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