Busy owners and managers want water saving tips for restaurants and these articles will offer some great info. Places for water conservation include public restrooms, the dining area and of course the kitchen.
For restrooms, make the switch to motion sensors, low flush toilets and sink aerators. These upgrades will cost you initially, but you will see real savings over time. Inform your guests that water is served only by request, and let you guests know about your efforts to be more environmentally conscious in regards to water. They will appreciate your take on sustainability!
The kitchen is a big place for potential water savings – and staff education is a large part of this.Teach them to pre-wash all dishes, and to only run full loads of dishes through the dishwasher. Install pedal operated sinks – this will prevent your staff from just leaving the water running. Encourage staff to turn off water when not in use, and to defrost food in the refrigerator – not under running water.
Lastly on the list for water saving tips for restaurants, let’s turn to your landscaping. Are you watering too often, or at the wrong times of day? Are you using too much fertilizer, or cutting the grass too short? All of this will contribute to water waste. Consider installing rain barrels to collect that free water that’s literally falling out of the sky!