Health Clubs and Recreation Centers
Health clubs and recreation centers may have a wide variety of water uses, depending on the services offered. These facilities will require basic use for restrooms and drinking water but may also include swimming pools and spas, food service, outdoor playing fields, and more features that can make the water use profile more complex.
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Health clubs and recreation facilities may have outdoor playing fields that require supplemental irrigation. Irrigation provides opportunities for water conservation through efficient equipment, accurate calculation of irrigation requirements, and optimal irrigation system design and scheduling. For more information, visit the Landscape, Irrigation, and Outdoor Water Use page.
Restroom Water Use
Water savings can be achieved by replacing inefficient toilets, urinals, faucets, and showerheads with updated models. For more information visit the CII Sanitary/Restroom page.