How Does Water Sub-metering Fit Into Your ESG Policy?

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    If you own or manage real estate, you should consider socially responsible value-added capital expenditures.
    ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance and refers to the three key factors when measuring the sustainability and ethical impact of an investment in a business or company.
    Sub-metering multi-tenant properties:
    • Mitigates water wastes, and water pollution;
    • Reduces greenhouse gas emissions, through lower sewer usage;
    • Lowers tenant expenses and allows more affordable housing;
    • Adheres to Conservation Mandates.

    As the real estate icon, Sam Zell stated

    “It is a myth to think that socially responsible investing comes at a cost – that you will make less money – in fact, the opposite is often the case”.

    “We're here to answer your sub-metering questions”


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