– Joanna Styczen, spokesperson for iMPR, says:
While it is true there are certain aspects of the go green movement that can in fact be pricey, the truth is that there are many practices that do not cost an arm and a leg—and one of those practices is optimizing resources. This type of practice is crucial for data center providers, as a small initial investment that will eventually lead to an increased amount of Return on Investment (ROI) due to the fact that the equipment and resources are optimized for use instead of dragging the data center down.
Resource optimization is one of the most important and cost affordable factors that IT managers can implement in a data center. In fact, data centers can typically waste 125,000 gallons of water—per day.
By taking active measures to increase water concentration cycles, IT managers can drastically reduce this number, save money and become profitable. Silver Bullet, for example, offers a water treatment plan that reduces water usage by up to 35 percent through cycle concentration enhancement, reduced maintenance and the extension of equipment life.
Choosing to optimize resources with the Silver Bullet solution can help a company revitalize its sustainability image, which in turn brings in more customers. That’s because consumers like to do business with companies they feel care about the environment. And, with so many other companies going green, it has become more important than ever to build a sustainable business model that customers can trust.
Most importantly, sustainability leads to peace of mind and a feeling of satisfaction that your organization is doing its part to help the resource consumption problem. You can feel good about going to work while saving money in the process.
For more information about how your company can take active measures to reduce its resource consumption by using Silver Bullet, please click here.