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WaterWatch Corporation recently completed the installation of a remote wireless submetering and utility billing system for a 200+ multifamily development located in Dallas, TX.   WaterWatch oversaw the installation of the wireless submetering system and will manage the ongoing utility billing services. […]

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Is your property is plagued by high utility bills during winter months? Save thousands by implementing a Ratio Utility Billing System (RUBS) and having residents pay for the utility services that they receive. […]

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The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) recently completed a study measuring the effectiveness of energy programs among multifamily properties in New York. The study included more than 200 communities and a total of 33,000 apartments. […]

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WaterWatch Corporation recently signed-on to provide the utility billing services for a new construction luxury apartment community located just outside of Scottsdale, AZ. WaterWatch will oversee the installation of the wireless submetering system and manage the ongoing utility billing services.

“We’re excited to continue promoting energy conservation and environmental consciousness in Arizona,” Todd Quarterman, president of WaterWatch Corporation, said. “Our goal at WaterWatch is to help property owners decrease operating costs in the most energy efficient way possible.”

For 16 years, WaterWatch has successfully worked with hundreds of property owners to control and reduce utility expenses through utility submetering. WaterWatch offers an array of services including installation, meter reading, resident invoicing and payment collections. For more information about how a partnership with WaterWatch can benefit your organization, visit www.waterwatchcorp.com or call 800-256-9826.

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It’s nearing budget season again, which means it’s time to start taking a close look at expenses and necessary budgetary adjustments. When managing utility expenses, WaterWatch Corporation recommends working with a third party company that can provide proper guidance on utility regulations and compliance. Working with utility industry experts is essential when attempting to lower expenditures and generate revenue. […]

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The U.S. Water Alliance identifies one of the toughest water challenges as coordinating water quality laws, regulations and organizations with their water quantity counterparts. Federal and state laws traditionally have guided water quality, while water quantity has been the domain of the states. […]

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Potable water supplies are a vital resource on any battlefield. The U.S. military has purchased huge quantities of commercially bottled water to meet the demand over the past few years, in addition to equipping and utilizing organic water purification units.   […]

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WaterWatch Corporation recently signed-on to provide the utility billing services for four commercial plazas located in Texas. WaterWatch will oversee the installation of the water submeters, wireless submetering system and manage the ongoing utility billing services. […]

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, in partnership with water users, States, and other interested parties, is responsible for helping to improve water resource management and the efficiency of water use in the Western United States. […]

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WaterWatch Corporation recently signed-on to provide the utility billing services for two existing condominium communities located in North Carolina. WaterWatch will oversee the installation of the water submeters, wireless submetering system and manage the ongoing utility billing services.

“We are excited about our growing presence in North Carolina,” Todd Quarterman, president of WaterWatch Corporation, said. “It’s another opportunity for WaterWatch to promote energy conservation and environmental consciousness while helping the homeowners association to decrease operating costs.”

For 16 years, WaterWatch has successfully worked with hundreds of homeowners associations to control and reduce utility expenses through utility submetering. WaterWatch offers an array of services including installation, meter reading, resident invoicing and payment collections. For more information about how a partnership with WaterWatch can benefit your community, visit www.waterwatchcorp.com or call 800-256-9826.

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