During times of economic hardship, everyone is trying to save a buck. Sulphur Springs School District, located in Santa Clarita, California, will save approximately 32,000 of those bucks after just 12 months of irrigation under the Cyber-Rain Cloud. The transition to Cyber-Rain spanned 31 old irrigation controllers over 9 school campuses and 1 district office.
Environmentally, the savings for just one year will amount to roughly 15 million gallons of water. That’s 240,000,000 cups. If the average person is supposed to drink 8 cups of water a day, in just one year of savings, Sulphur Springs will free up enough water for 30,000,000 humans. That’s pretty amazing.
With Cyber-Rain automatically adjusting the watering schedule based on current weather conditions, the school’s maintenance and irrigation personnel have more time to work on other projects as well. All-in-all the implementation was a success for everyone involved, and Cyber-Rain is proud to be a part of that success. For more information, see the press release here.