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Energy Inspectors Corporation Wins WaterSense Award


LAS VEGAS—The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized Energy Inspectors Corp. with a 2018 WaterSense Partner of the Year award. Energy Inspectors was honored at the WaterSmart Innovations Conference on October 4, 2018 for its role in water efficiency innovation and WaterSense promotion.

More than 1,900 utility, manufacturer, retailer, builder, and other WaterSense organizational partners, in 2017 alone, saved an estimated 631 billion gallons of water using WaterSense products. To understand the magnitude of savings, it is said to be possible that 100 percent of the world’s population can fit into a cubic mile. WaterSense has helped consumers and businesses save more than 2.7 trillion gallons of water since 2006—over 2 cubic miles of water, or as much water as flows over Niagara Falls in over 2 months.

This is the fifth WaterSense Award given to Energy Inspectors Corp. and the 4th time the company has won 3 EPA awards in one year. The company was also awarded the EPA Energy Star Partner of the Year, and the EPA Indoor AIRPLUS Leadership awards in 2018.

“We are proud to be part of the solution to help sustain and preserve such a precious natural resource,” said John Gillett, President of Energy Inspectors Corp. “We would like to thank the EPA again for recognizing Energy Inspectors the third time this year as an EPA award winner,” added Galo LeBron, CEO of Energy Inspectors Corp.