U.S.hospitals are water hogs ,using an average of 570 gallons of water per staffed bed, per day. To put this figure into perspective, consider that the average citizen uses around 150 gallons of water per day. With the Flosaver ™ Air Reduction & Efficiency Valve, you can stop paying for the air in your water lines, and reduce your total overall operational expenses.
Commercial and institutional buildings make up for an overwhelming amount of water supply in America. Hospitals and alternate health-care facilities utilize water for plumbing, landscaping, medical process rinsing, and air conditioning. This adds up to approximately 7% of the total commercial and institutional water supply in America. With rising prices in hospitals from water supply and replacements of worn water systems, as well as environmental impacts from over usage and supply, these facilities are paying up to 20% over consumer prices. According to the American Hospital Association has concluded that US hospitals are spending over $750,000,000.00 per year on water alone. With 924,107 staffed beds in all US hospitals, an average of 570 gallons per bed per day, and an average annual US census of 67%, this comes as no surprise. If every hospital in the USA had a Flosaver valve, they could save over $150,000,000.00 annually! How much can we save your hospital? Contact us today for a free evaluation.