Lake Hope State Park a natural paradise lies within 26,000-acres of the Zaleski State Forest in Southeast Ohio. Lake Hope has 69 cottages that are rented out year round with most rentals occurring in the spring, summer, and fall.
Lake Hope State Park conducted in-house guest surveys in which guests stated that they run out of hot water frequently. Darryl Trigg, Park Engineer, contributed to this case study in conjunction with Southeastern Ohio Power for Rod Garey, Park Manager, Lake Hope State Park. In order to obtain accurate information, Lake Hope installed water and electric meters in each cabin to monitor hot water consumption. They were able to obtain accurate measurements of the number of kilowatts needed to heat a gallon of water with a storage tank water heater vs. an Eemax Electric Tankless Water Heater.
Natural resources are often taken for granted at most businesses. Few companies know exactly how much water and energy they are using, more importantly, even fewer know how much water and energy they are wasting. Paying closer attention to how you perform simple tasks can also help improve how your company is viewed by your local community, your business partners, and your customers. But you can’t skimp when it comes to providing safe working conditions for your employees. There are affordable “green” solutions that can save your company money, water, energy, time, and space, while providing your employees with the safest equipment on the market today.
Carmel Middle School is located in Carmel, Indiana, just north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County. It is one of the fastest growing cities in Indiana with award-winning schools, thriving businesses and family-oriented neighborhoods. The city is committed to preserving its vitality through controlled expansion and prudent planning. Carmel Middle School has a total enrollment of 1259, 6th, 7th and 8th grade students. It was recognized as a “Blue Ribbon School” in 2006-07 and holds a “Four Star” school rating. The Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private elementary, middle, and high schools that are either academically superior or that demonstrate dramatic gains in student achievement to high levels. Carmel Middle School was originally built in 1964 and a gone through two major renovations the last being completed in 2008.
Water is our most precious and unfortunately, our most wasted resource. Water is essential to life, and it is more important than ever to conserve it. The builders of the Majestic 12 knew they would need to place extra focus on how they could incorporate the latest technology to save water. They have installed a water-reclamation system that collects rain and condensation from the rooftop mechanical units to flush low-flow toilets. In addition, they have opted for Eemax Electric Tankless Water Heaters (ETWH) in the restrooms. How are the ETWH units helping the Majestic in their “green” efforts?
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