Actively manage water on your property and save water without sacrificing landscape health.
- Interactive property map
- Weather tracking technology and watering schedules based on your property’s needs
- Emergency remote shut off
Remotely view and control your cooling towers to increase operations efficiency and save on water costs.
- Automated control and tracking of cycles of concentration
- Easy access to information needed for evaporative credits
- Clear performance data
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“Water efficiency is a great way to simultaneously add value for our investors and our residents, and Banyan’s solutions accomplish that and more.”
Ralph Pickett, Former President and CEO, LivCor
Take Control of Your Water Cost and Mitigate Risk
Whether you are trying to mitigate water risk or you want to plan and improve your water infrastructure, Banyan Water has the solution for you.
Banyan Water Receives 2024 Real Leader Impact Award
Banyan Water, a leading provider of smart water management solutions, is thrilled to announce that it has been honored with a 2024 Real Leaders Impact Award.
HIT REIT Reduces Water Costs by 72%
HIT REIT slashes water expenses by 72% across 10 sites using Banyan Water’s solutions like real-time leak detection and optimized irrigation.
BANYAN WATER LAUNCHES APP SO CLIENTS CAN MANAGE WATER FROM MOBILE DEVICE
Water management and software service company, Banyan Water, released its mobile app on June 1. Banyan Water created the app so clients could access important information regarding water use and control the flow of water right from their mobile device.
BANYAN WATER 2022 WATER ANALYSIS TRENDS EMERGING RISK (W.A.T.E.R.) REPORT
Our report analyzed 2021 data from its portfolio of properties, identifying major enterprise-level water risks jeopardizing large-scale conservation amidst historic droughts. The report also identifies the millions of dollars in hidden costs properties face due to water mismanagement coupled with rising regional water rates.