New Tech by Coatesville-Based H2O Connected Helps Hotels Save Money by Detecting Toilet Leaks

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New technology developed by Coatesville-based H2O Connected helps hotels save money by alerting them about running toilets as soon as the leak occurs, writes Michelle Caffrey for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Since installing its LeakAlertor Pro toilet tank monitors at the Fairfield Inn in Exton, the company has saved the hotel around $3,000 a month by detecting leaks early, according to H2O Connected CEO Susan Springsteen.

Now, the company is in production of the devices and is preparing to deliver its first sales in the next six weeks after managing to raise $1.3 million in a Series A financing round.

The product is the first of its kind available and is being offered to hotels, office complexes, apartment buildings, and other large-scale properties. The tech alerts property operators of the exact location of the toilet, the specific issue it has, and how many gallons of water are being wasted.

“The No. 1 reason for a high water bill is a running toilet,” said Springsteen.

Read more about H2O Connected in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.

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