Environmental Concepts Landscape Management Inc. has always taken a proactive approach to water conservation and water management. The decades of experience and field knowledge of our Water Management Team are combined with cutting-edge technology to assist Homeowner Associations, Property Managers, and Landscape Contractors manage their landscape irrigation needs.

Water conservation, and its precursor water management, cannot be of more important than the present as we continue to face challenges of unpredictable water supplies and the uncertainties of climate change.

ECLMI has made water conservation a priority since its founding in 1999. We were at the forefront of turf reduction and water conservation projects dating back several years before drought restrictions and watering reduction mandates.

Through application of knowledge and experience, we have become an industry leader in water conservation - reducing water use for our customers, resulting in significant water budget savings.

WATER MANAGEMENT

The Water Management Division focuses on water conservation and irrigation system efficiency through the implementation of "Smart Technology". The following is a partial list of services:

  • Irrigation Water Auditing
  • Irrigation System Analysis
  • Turf Removal
  • Turf Replacement
  • Water-wise Plant Palette
  • Smart Technology
  • Soil Testing & Analysis
  • Water Budget Review
  • ROI Estimating
  • Turf Rebate Assistance
  • Grant Application Support
  • GIS Mapping

WATER CONSERVATION ENHANCEMENTS

In addition to Water Management Services, we offer assistance in directing our customers toward many of the improved water conservation enhancements and alternatives that aid in conserving water. The following is a partial list of enhancement incentives:

  • Smart Controllers
  • Flow Sensors
  • Irrigation Retro-fitting
  • Moisture Sensors
  • Efficient Sprinkler Nozzles
  • Turfgrass Replacement
  • Water-friendly Plant Materials
  • Drip Irrigation
  • Reclaimed Water Conversion
  • Mulch Soil Protection