Cisco trades fountains for flowerbeds

03/23/2010 | Forbes

As part of a water-efficiency drive, Cisco has swapped a dozen outdoor water features at its San Jose, Calif., campus for drought-tolerant flowerbeds, saving around 1 million gallons of water per year. The company saved a similar amount of water by introducing no-flush urinals in more than 350 bathrooms across the site.

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