As we have discussed and promoted over the past several years, we have developed and are promoting water conservation plans. These plans help evaluate a landscape irrigation system to make detailed recommendations that have good return on investment to improve water conservation and save operational dollars. 

See our new video that outlines what a water conservation plan is


In April 2020, we were a feature article in Construction In Focus - April 2020 outlining our efforts in providing water conservation for our customers. With water rates rising dramatically, water conservation is a vital part of landscape and irrigation system management. Water costs can balloon CAM charges and steal resources from other important landscape and property maintenance and upgrades. 

This is why we have promoted Weather Based Irrigation and developed water conservation projects that can reduce water consumption and costs. We have also developed a Water Conservation Plan that provides a detailed evaluation of an irrigation System to assist in prioritizing system and landscape modifications



Water rates vary based on district but all are rising faster than any other utility and most have doubled in the past 5 years and are projected to double again in the near future. There is good and bad news here. 

THE BAD NEWS: According to the EPA, on average, 70% of total water usage on a commercial property comes from exterior water sources and irrigation, of which often times 50% is wasted. This is due to aging landscapes and irrigation systems combined with the lack of updating since installation. Compare a typical 30 year old landscape around a 30 year old building. Likely many updates have there been to HVAC and Lighting over that time while the surrounding landscapes have had minimal upgrades other than repairs or cosmetic changes.   

THE GOOD NEWS: There are significant opportunities for irrigation system upgrades and modifications as well as landscape modifications that will reduce irrigation water need while improving the appearance and long-term health of the landscape.

However, each site and client is different and the appropriate upgrades or modifications can vary. To help assist in the recommendation of the highest value projects to consider, Pacific Landscape   Management has established a Water Conservation Department and trained our staff on water    conservation services. This department has developed a Water Conservation Evaluation that we are offering to develop plans to evaluate sites to help conserve water consumption and save our customer operational dollars.


See our new video that outlines what a water conservation plan is: https://youtu.be/tkc6DNE2imA

Read about our water conservation programs: Construction In Focus - April 2020

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