United States Wants to Keep Track of Hotel Bath Procedures

19.03.2015

United States Environmental Protection Agency proposes to establish a wireless system for monitoring the lodgers of hotels to see how rational they are in using water in showers and baths. Presumably, the project will cost 15 thousand dollars. The idea emerged after it became clear that the first eight minutes, the average time you would spend in the shower, are enough to spend 18 liters of water.

United States Wants to Keep Track of Hotel Bath Procedures

In addition, the United States takes one of the first places in the world for the consumption of water per capita. And the country has been suffering from terrible droughts for several years. The project of remote monitoring system is now under consideration of the White House in the framework of «Sustainable Water Management» and «Water conservation of the United States».