Water Conservation at Metro Businesses
Water Conservation Utilizing MnTAP Interns at Metro Businesses, MN
The Metropolitan Council, in conjunction with the University of Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP), is exploring opportunities for water conservation by businesses in the seven county metropolitan area. Opportunities for water conservation are being defined for numerous businesses through the dedicated resources of three MnTAP interns. The interns analyze water conservation opportunities through full time work on site over the summers of 2014 through 2019. This information is available as resource, through both MnTAP and the Council, as a way to further engage industrial users in water conservation.
MnTAP staff members and interns track facility water conservation recommendations, estimate conservation potential by site, and document implemented recommendations with actual conservation water savings. MnTAP updates the Council on project status through phone or e-mail communications as requested by the sponsor.
- Multiple MnTAP intern projects to identify and implement water conservation options at metro area facilities
- Interns present the results of the work at a public meeting
- Executive summaries are published
- Industrial Water Conservation Motivations Report (pdf)
- Multiple industries in the Twin Cities metropolitan area will reduce water consumption through the targeted efforts of MnTAP staff members and interns.