ETwater launches web service to conserve water

August 29, 2014 -  By

ETwaterETwater launched a free web service for creating an irrigation plan for any property or site.

Logo: ET WaterUsing an aerial view of the property, the website creates the plan in four steps. Users first submit basic landscape details, which allows the site to create an analysis of the landscape, from its soil and plants to climate. Using the analysis, it then produces a report that specifies the amount of water needed to maintain a healthy landscape.

Lee Williams, SVP Product, sees this site as an opportunity to use advanced technology to educate people on water conservation.

”We live in an era where the power of the Internet and access to large data sets is changing people’s lives,” said Williams. “We wanted to see how we could use these systems and methods to help people understand more about their landscapes and water conservation. We have a treasure trove of information available in our new service, and we have embedded some logic to enable you to see precisely where you may be spending more than is needed to support a healthy landscape.”

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