Get your Rec Centre into shape with Greensense View®

Councils across Australia are using Greensense View® sustainability monitoring software
to reduce energy and water, then showcase the results

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Improve energy efficiency

Pool heating, equipment and long operating hours make recreation centres energy suckers. In fact, our analysis found that rec centres with a pool use on average 74% more energy than a council’s civic centre.

With Greensense View® you can:

  • Monitor energy and water use in real time to quickly identify issues and opportunities
  • Compare consumption across days, week and months to spot savings

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Find leaks before they cost you

According to a report by Sydney Water, leaks represent on average 22% of an aquatic centre’s water use and a typical leak can cost $500 a day.

By monitoring water use in real time with Greensense View®, you can detect leaks instantly and act fast.

Track how your investments are performing

Whether you’ve invested in solar, cogeneration, new shower heads, water tanks or other upgrades, Greensense View® shows exactly how much they’re saving you – in dollars and efficiency gains.

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Educate and engage visitors

Your Greensense View® dashboard can be displayed on screens and interactive kiosks to educate visitors and help tell your sustainability story.

  • Provide useful tips to visitors and staff
  • Showcase your initiatives and results

Subi get its Rec Centre into shape

After 12 months of using Greensense View®, the City of Subiaco was able to reduce energy consumption by 19% and out-of-hours water use by 68%. Click here to find out how they did it.

Let's talk

We’d love to hear about your rec centre and discuss whether Greensense View® can help get it into shape.

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