The toolkit is the outcome of a pilot water conservation project conducted at AT&T facilities last year and aims to offer ideas for organizations to adopt a similar initiative, AT&T said Tuesday.
“Thirty-one of our top water consuming facilities are in water stressed regions,” said John Schinter, AT&T executive director of energy.
“EDF helped us find ways to do so that were good for the communities where we operate and that were financially sound,” he added.
Each AT&T pilot facility generated water savings through cooling tower upgrades and free air cooling.
AT&T supports an EDF Climate Corps summer fellowship program that aims to promote water efficiency and assist organizations in areas where water is scarce.