Greeley Pilots Program to Inform Residents of their Water Use
GREELEY, CO — The City of Greeley has initiated a pilot program to inform residents of their water use. The WaterSmart program will allow 2600 residents to receive personalized Home Water Reports, in print or via email, that track household water use, compare that to their neighbors, and suggest targeted conservation techniques. Those in the pilot program can also create a water savings plan, and update their information to get more accurate savings suggestions. There is no cost to customers who use this service. If successful, the program may go citywide.
“Greeley has always been known for using water to enhance the City’s quality of life. As good stewards, we must do everything we can to protect water, our most precious natural resource,” said Greeley’s Water and Sewer Director, Jon Monson. “We are pleased to offer our customers this tool for improving water use efficiency.”
WaterSmart Software provides intelligence beyond the meter to make the lives of water utility managers easier. Water providers using WaterSmart’s cloud-based, customer self-service and engagement platform have been proven to reduce costs, improve operational efficiency, and increase customer satisfaction by more than 25%. WaterSmart is a winner of the globally coveted World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers Award for their potential to “significantly impact business and society through the design, development and implementation of new technologies and innovation.” Come help us change the way the world uses water.
Ali Barsamian, WaterSmart Software – (415-366-8622 x 819): firstname.lastname@example.org