Water Smarts Podcast

COOL TRENDS: How businesses can keep cool & stay water smart

April 04, 2024 Southern Nevada Water Authority Season 4 Episode 50
COOL TRENDS: How businesses can keep cool & stay water smart
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Water Smarts Podcast
COOL TRENDS: How businesses can keep cool & stay water smart
Apr 04, 2024 Season 4 Episode 50
Southern Nevada Water Authority

In Southern Nevada, grass is the largest consumer of the community’s water supply. But, did you know that the evaporative cooling systems chilling large buildings like hotels and schools are the second largest consumer of our water? The Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) has implemented a moratorium on new evaporative cooling systems and offers rebates for properties to upgrade or replace existing systems to more water-efficient cooling options. SNWA conservation expert Mike Weintz and WaterStart Interim Executive Director Rebecca Shanahan talk about options for large buildings, promising new technologies, and rebates to help pay for them on the Water Smarts Podcast, “COOL TRENDS: How businesses can keep cool & stay water smart.”

Hosts: Bronson Mack and Crystal Zuelke
https://www.snwa.com/ 

https://www.snwa.com/


Show Notes

In Southern Nevada, grass is the largest consumer of the community’s water supply. But, did you know that the evaporative cooling systems chilling large buildings like hotels and schools are the second largest consumer of our water? The Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) has implemented a moratorium on new evaporative cooling systems and offers rebates for properties to upgrade or replace existing systems to more water-efficient cooling options. SNWA conservation expert Mike Weintz and WaterStart Interim Executive Director Rebecca Shanahan talk about options for large buildings, promising new technologies, and rebates to help pay for them on the Water Smarts Podcast, “COOL TRENDS: How businesses can keep cool & stay water smart.”

Hosts: Bronson Mack and Crystal Zuelke
https://www.snwa.com/ 

https://www.snwa.com/