Georgia Hotel Saves $1M Annually By Maximizing Mechanical System

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Project Summary
With water and sewer costs in Atlanta, Georgia, increasing by more
than $20 per hundred cubic feet (CCF) of water between 2000 and
2013, Hyatt Regency Atlanta has made water conservation a priority,
with a heavy emphasis on reducing water use in its cooling towers,
water-cooled equipment, and chiller and boiler systems. As a result,
the hotel used 35 percent less water in 2013 compared to 2000. Had
Hyatt Regency Atlanta continued to use as much water as it did in
2000, the drastically increased water rates would have cost the hotel
$1 million more per year in water and sewer costs.

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