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How to Save Water and Energy

As the landlord of a large building in the Tri-state area, you know exactly how much you spend on water and energy. Water in New York City is currently $10.33/100 cubic feet and energy in commercial properties is 15.06¢/kWh — the second highest in the nation! So obviously, if there was something you could do to lower your costs, you would do it — pronto!

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3 Ways to Conserve Water at the Your Properties

If you’re a property owner who includes utilities as part of the lease agreement, one of the best ways to improve your return on investment is by making the property more energy- and water-efficient. In this article, we’ll review the best ways to upgrade the properties you manage for long-term water conservation and savings.

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NYC's New Water Rates Increase (How to Avoid Paying More)

It's been called "the champagne of drinking water," and for good reason. Compared to other major cities, New York City water is pricey. And if you've been the landlord of a multi-family building for the past several years, you are all too aware of the skyrocketing costs of water.

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