Turn off all lights when a room is not in use. Place signs in the bathroom and equipment rooms reminding employees to turn off the lights.
When washing towels, only run the washer when it’s a full load.
Consider solar panels. Type in the words “solar panels” into our keyword search engine on carwash.com to learn more.
Use a “smart” power strip in the office area that automatically turns off when not in use.
Set your computer to “sleep” or to power off after a certain amount of time instead of using a screensaver.
Get rid of the TV, which is a huge energy user, in your waiting area. Consider using a radio instead.
Turn off equipment when not in use.
Read over your energy bill closely. Conduct an energy audit (visit energy.gov to find out more).
Check all ducts for leakage.
Control the temperatures inside by installing programmable thermostat. Also consider covering the thermostat with a locked cover, or use a code for access so that only you have control of the temperature.
As for saving water, consider using rain barrels. Place them out of site from customers and only use that water to water the landscaping.
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