MAKING PUBLIC BUILDINGS EXEMPLARY & WATER EFFICIENT
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12 month payback and 100% ROI over 5 years
for organisations with water bills amounting to 125.000 € for every 50 buildings.
95% of identified leaks successfully repaired
thanks to actionable and easily accessible insights.
20-30% water consumption reduction
by simply eradicating water leaks in buildings.
thanks to remote water meter readings and automated accountancy.
Reduced solicitation of maintenance
for leak repairs as from the second year.
Problems encountered in your sector
Your sector's data
Low setup costs and proven return on investment
Shayp identifies and prioritises which buildings require maintenance and does your water bill accounting for you. Technicians can now see how well plumbing systems are performing so they can focus on tasks that give immediate results.
At Cohabs, we aim to limit the use of resources as much as possible in order to reduce our impact on the environment. In our homes, we tend to use durable devices and tracking devices to educate our members about their energy use. Thanks to Shayp, we can also detect water leaks in real time. Installing the device is very easy, and we have personalized support from the team who continues to make constant improvements to the system. For these reasons, Shayp is a key partner for us.
Chief Operating Officer
Aware that water leaks can be very expensive and in order to have a better view of our water consumption, we recently equipped our 3 hospitals and 4 polyclinics with Shayp technology. This monitoring allows us to be informed quickly in the event of detection of any abnormal flow. The advantages of this type of service for a hospital center such as EpiCURA are therefore numerous: daily global monitoring, faster interventions on faulty installations, savings in water and money.
Manager of General Maintenance
The care and maintenance of the 5 Iris Sud hospitals represents a daily challenge for our teams. Shayp gives us the opportunity to monitor our water consumption from hour to hour and have peace of mind. Their technology detects any inconsistency and alerts us immediately when a water leak occurs in one of our buildings. We can now save water and money as well as prevent any risk when it comes to the integrity of our plumbing.
Iris Sud Maintenance Service
The partnership set up with Shayp allows us to monitor our water consumption at the "Central Building" of the University of Liège which is supplied by five water meters.This monitoring allows us to be alerted in the event of a water leak or abnormally high consumption in order to reduce our consumption and avoid damage to our infrastructure.What particularly appeals to us about Shayp is that their technology allows for reduced maintenance, a granularity of data less than a quarter of an hour and that an API is available to integrate the measurements on our tracking platform.
Shayp has allowed us to identify and solve a critical problem that we did not know before. Startups such as Shayp are a necessity to address the issues of our future. The City of Brussels is proud to collaborate and support Shayp. Shayp has demonstrated a fairly spectacular return on investment. Whereas, when compared to conventional energy investments, returns are only initiated after several years.
Technical Manager Responsible for the Rational Use of Resources
Shayp, a technology that prevents water leaks and thus saves money, is a perfect example of a solution that conserves one of our vital resources, while being economically profitable. For us, it is a matter of course to award it the Solar Impulse Label and to include it in our portfolio of 1,000 solutions. Moreover, by collaborating with the City of Brussels, which is now a partner, Shayp shows how the Solar Impulse Foundation, public authorities and innovative solutions can work together to build a more sustainable world.