When commercial real estate owners and operators think about benchmarking utilities and conserving energy, they sometimes forget about a commodity in addition to fuel and electricity: water.
“Water does sometimes become a second-class citizen,” says Dan Teague, director of business development at WeGoWise, an energy-efficiency consultancy firm that offers water and energy benchmarking.
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