Water

Metro General Services integrates water conservation practices in how it designs, builds, and manages facilities, both in the interior and exterior of its buildings. By installing low-flow equipment, monitoring indoor water use, instituting stormwater best practices, and planting sustainable landscapes, the department aims to save water and mitigate stormwater runoff. In 2016, the Department’s eighteen high performance buildings saved a total of more than 4,400,000 gallons of water, compared to non-LEED® comparable buildings.

View the full report HERE.

Water

Metro General Services integrates water conservation practices in how it designs, builds, and manages facilities, both in the interior and exterior of its buildings. By installing low-flow equipment, monitoring indoor water use, instituting stormwater best practices, and planting sustainable landscapes, the department aims to save water and mitigate stormwater runoff. In 2016, the Department’s eighteen high performance buildings saved a total of more than 4,400,000 gallons of water, compared to non- LEED® comparable buildings.

View the full report HERE.

Drink Nashville’s great tap water.

  • Consumer confidence reports by Metro Water Services show consistently that our water is clean and safe to drink.

  • Bring your water bottle with you everywhere instead of buying bottled water. This will save your money, and reduce waste.

  • General Services has 12 hydration stations with pet drinking dishes at Metro locations across town. Locations include West PD, Farmers Market - south shed, Farmers Market - north shed, Fulton Campus, Public Square, Fannie Mae Dees, McCabe Park, Hermitage Library, Bellevue Library, Lentz Health Clinic, Southeast Davidson Library and Community Center, and Midtown Hills Precinct.