Hotel’s conversion to HETs saves big

The Parc 55 Union Square Hotel in downtown San Francisco volunteered the information they gathered over the past several years in connection with their fixture replacement program.

Plumbing engineers John Koeller and Bill Gauley conducted a study to measure the water savings achieved with toilet fixture replacements in a major hotel complex, with the focus being on guest rooms. A secondary purpose was to determine the extent to which maintenance service calls could be reduced when aging toilet fixtures were replaced with new fixtures. The Parc 55 Union Square Hotel in downtown San Francisco volunteered the information they gathered over the past several years in connection with their fixture replacement program. That data was used for the analysis found here.