by Brianna Crandall — January 29, 2020 — Banyan Water, a provider of data-driven water conservation for the built environment, just announced that its Vine Control System, featuring Irrigation Insight software, has been labeled under the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense voluntary partnership program. Banyan Water is also a partner business under the program.
Banyan Water irrigation management system
Banyan’s Irrigation Insight software leverages its WaterSense-labeled proprietary Vine Control System — a turnkey solution for large-scale irrigation systems designed to save 50 to 70 percent of irrigation water for properties — as well as Internet of Things (IoT) sensors throughout a property to monitor, analyze and manage complex irrigation systems.
Irrigation Insight now carries additional customer benefits, including:
- Utility-driven rate incentives and rebate programs
- Opportunities to remain in lower-cost water rate tiers — regardless of consumption — in select markets
- Reduced interest terms on lending for multifamily properties under Fannie Mae’s Green Financing program, creating long-term cost-saving opportunities as well as monthly water savings
Gillan Taddune, CEO of Banyan, stated:
Achieving the WaterSense label demonstrates our dedication to delivering intelligent water conservation technology to our customers to reach their sustainability goals. It also ensures that our customers are using tested solutions proven to be the most water-efficient on the market. We are thrilled to offer continued support of the EPA WaterSense program as a trusted WaterSense Partner.
By participating in the partnership program, Banyan is a WaterSense ambassador advocating for the benefits of water efficiency and water-saving products.
EPA’s WaterSense program was created to promote the value of water and to help organizations make smart choices when implementing water-saving products. Through the end of 2018, WaterSense has reportedly helped Americans save a cumulative 3.4 trillion gallons of water and more than $84.2 billion in water and energy bills.
To learn more about the WaterSense-labeled Irrigation Insight system, visit the Banyan Water website. The company strives to protect Earth’s most precious resource while generating untapped revenue for clients.