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Hotel Cuts Water Use Nearly 80%

publication date: Aug 7, 2013
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Is that possible? Hotel Andaluz in Albuquerque, New Mexico, claims they've done just that. Reopening after a $30 million remodel, the Andaluz reduced their water use by 78% with their water savings program.
The Andaluz, which previously existed as the La Posada hotel, was extensively remodeled according to LEED standards. In order to cut water use, the Andaluz developers implemented numerous waster and energy saving conservation measures,

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