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Water Efficiency

EISA 2007. Section 432 of EISA establishes a framework for facility project management and benchmarking. Under this new requirement, federal agencies must identify all "covered facilities" that constitute at least 75 percent of the agency's facility energy/water use. Covered facility may be a group of facilities at a single location or multiple locations managed as an integrated operation. An energy manager must be designated for each of these covered facilities. Each facility energy manager will be responsible for: (1) Completing comprehensive energy and water evaluations (including re-/retrocommissioning) of 25 percent of covered facilities each year, (2) Implementing of identified energy and water efficiency measures; bundling of individual measures of varying paybacks into combined projects is permitted; and (3) Following up on implemented measures, including fully commissioning equipment, putting in place O&M plans, and measuring and verifying energy and water savings.

Additional Resources

PNNL completed a report for FEMP that assesses the water conservation potential in the federal sector. The analysis looks at savings potential across the federal sector based on a life cycle cost analysis of basic domestic fixtures.


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