Is your restaurant rinsing money down the drain?
Retrofitting your business with water-conserving products can lower your operating costs, as well as helping conserve one of San Antonio’s most precious natural resources…water. As a Certified WaterSaver, your restaurant will notice measurable cost savings, as well as enhanced performance.
Three simple requirements:
- All pre-rinse spray valves must be 1.6 gallons per minute.
- All toilets must be 1.6 gallons per flush.
- All ice machines must be air-cooled.
If you require upgrades in order to become a Certified WaterSaver and want to realize measurable savings NOW, we are offering these benefits AT NO CHARGE TO YOU! Enroll now, start saving today!
Restaurant Program Application
Complete the simple application and send it to us.WaterSaver Restaurants
Please enjoy dining at these certified restaurants that are doing their part to conserve water.
Certified WaterSaver Program Benefits
- As a Certified WaterSaver, your restaurant will gain FREE PUBLICITY for its efforts in water conservation.
- FREE Pre-Rinse Kitchen Spray Valve & FREE INSTALLATION
High velocity spray pattern increases performance and efficiency over older, inefficient models. The new stainless steel valve uses less hot water – only 1.6 gallons of water per minute, compared to 2 – 6 gallons per minute with standard valves and comes with a five-year warranty. Water and waste-water savings estimated at 100 – 300 gallons of HOT water per day.
- FREE Ultra-Low Flow Toilets & FREE INSTALLATION
If you still have old toilets, using 3.5 to 7 gallons of water per flush, you are wasting as much as 80 gallons of water per toilet, per day! Replace your water-guzzling toilets with 1.6 gallon toilets and save on water and sewage costs. Water savings estimated at 80 gallons of water per toilet, per day.
- UPGRADE to an air-cooled ICE MACHINE and receive a REBATE of up to 50% of the purchase cost
Water-cooled ice machines use nearly 150 gallons of condenser water to produce 100 pounds of ice, plus 20 gallons of water to make the ice. Air-cooled ice machines use only the 20 gallons necessary to make 100 pounds of ice. Water savings estimated at 150 gallons per every 100 pounds of ice produced daily.