At Water Management our goal is to help our clients make their building environments more water efficient and sustainable. To do this, we invest in our products, people and processes. The environmental, social and economic demands on our customers has never been greater, and our ability to help customers meet these demands and be more sustainable isn't new... it has been our daily focus for almost 40 years. From design to delivery, these products, services and solutions incorporate sustainability features that help our customers be more water-efficient.
Our portfolio of water efficiency solutions are tailored to specific customer and market requirements. Water Management Inc. has engineers, conservation specialists, and master contractors nationwide who develop innovative solutions for a variety of market sectors.
WSSC Rate Change Alert July 1, 2019:
WSSC, the water provider for Prince George’s and Montgomery counties in suburban Washington DC is implementing a significant change to their water and sewer rates. WSSC is changing the rate schedule that they used for the last 25 years from 16 different rate structures to just 4.
About 30% of WSSC customers (mostly commercial accounts) will see a decrease in their water bills, but most customers will see an increase. Unfortunately, the increases for those that have already lowered their water and sewer usage are significant (30 - 40%). For more information on the 2019 rate changes, please see the below link from WSSC.
Organizations We Support:
At Water Management, we support organizations that practice sustainability and are focused on doing important work for the world. Some of the organizations we support are:
- Alliance for Water Efficiency a non-profit organization dedicated to the efficient use of water. http://www.allianceforwaterefficiency.org/about/default.aspx
- Building Bridges at THEARC, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the life of families living east of the Anacostia River. Click here to see Video.
- Farm Stew a non-profit organization confronting the root causes of hunger, disease and poverty.https://www.farmstew.org/