According to the Southwest Florida Water Management District, restaurants use an average of 5,800 gallons of water per day. That’s more than two million gallons of water per year for just one restaurant. Another study estimates that each meal served in a restaurant requires the use of six to 30 gallons of water. Not only are these huge amounts of water, they come with growing price tags. The cost of water is going up in virtually all areas of the United States, and in some ...

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