TORONTO, Nov. 24 /CNW/ - In just one summer, Principle Water Resources of Toronto has helped clients save more than 7 million litres of water through innovative, environmentally sustainable irrigation design and water management.
By employing climate controlled irrigation and stormwater retention and re-use technology Principle Water is helping their retail, commercial, municipal and institutional customers go green and achieve LEED compliance.
"We saw the huge benefits of climate controlled irrigation in 2005 with our very first installation," said Gregory Snaith, president of Principle Water. "Together with the stormwater re-use technology it has really saved our clients significant amounts of potable water and in several cases has done away with the use of potable water altogether"
Among Principle Water customers in the Toronto area who have benefited from climate controlled irrigation in 2009, are:
Bentall, Sun Life, Burlington
Mountain Equipment Co-op, Burlington
Halton Region, Creekway Care Facility
Tridel Corporation, The Renaissance at Verve, Richmond Hill
Halton Region, Post Inn Village
Marshall Macklin Monaghan Ltd., Dorothy Ley Hospice
Companies are focusing their attention on outdoor water consumption along with traditional indoor water conservation initiatives.
"Our company is strongly committed to sustainability and building LEED buildings. As a member of the Green Building Council we look to develop green initiatives and push forward sustainability. The outdoor irrigation system designed and managed by Principle Water is a wonderful example of our environmental initiatives to reduce water consumption," said Rambod Nasrin, Sustainability Manager, Tridel.
Principle Water is acknowledged as one of the leading irrigation design companies in Canada in providing environmentally sustainable, high performance irrigation solutions.
SOURCE PRINCIPLE WATER RESOURCES
For further information: For further information: Gregory Snaith, (519) 767-9177