Canada Utility Management is dedicated to a sustainable environment through awareness and conservation.
Canada Utility Management is dedicated to the environment by promoting various conservation efforts. Master utility bills sent from providers list national, state and local conservation programs to encourage users to conserve utilities; if bills are not paid by those who are consuming those utilities, they are unaware of conservation efforts. We strive to educate the end-user about conservation efforts and provide tips on how to conserve utilities. “Thinking Green” is both an ethical lifestyle and a sound economic choice.
Water and Waste Water (Sewer)
“Thinking Green” is often related to air pollution and carbon emissions, but fresh water supplies are disappearing all over the world. Did you know only 1% of the earth’s water supply is available for drinking; that is why conservation is essential. As supply falls and demand increases, the cost you pay for water will increase too. Conserving and reducing water usage will decrease the cost of water and reduce waste.
Gas and Electric
“Thinking Green” is about developing and creating a lifestyle based on environmentally friendly habits. Creating new habits to help reduce the amount of energy and natural resources you use on a daily, weekly, monthly and annual basis will save you money. Many households rely on natural gas to meet basic every day needs. This includes heating, cooling, lighting, and cooking. Due to recent increases in price, many households are looking for ways to reduce their monthly cost. By practicing conservation, you can reduce the amount you pay and save on natural gas and electricity. When possible, use Energy Star appliances, light fixtures and light bulbs to conserve electricity.