Definition

Efficient hot water distribution systems are designed to generate hot water using fewer fuel resources, and to get hot water to low-flow faucets and fixtures more quickly. These systems often feature carefully designed plumbing lines that are less redundant and/or shorter. Rather than measuring time to hot water at a fixture in gallons, efficient distribution systems can be measured in cups. EPA WaterSense Guide for Hot Water Distribution as well as several green building programs have further details. This may also be known as Structured Plumbing.

Standard Lookup Value: Efficient Hot Water Distribution


Legacy OData Value: EfficientHotWaterDistribution

Lookup Name: GreenWaterConservation

Synonym(s):  --

BEDES: --

Lookup Name ID: c8d5635

Lookup ID: b1e18d1

References: RESI,RLSE,RINC,MOBI,FARM,COMS,COML

Spanish Lookup Value: Distribución Eficiente de Agua Caliente

French-Canadian Lookup Value: --

Status Change Date: JUN 21 2016

Revision Date: MAY 13 2016

Added in Version: 1.5.0



Usage

GreenWaterConservation (Property)

  • 40% of Systems (6/15)
  • 3% of Organizations (12/389)

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