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How Neglected Equipment Impacts Customers, the Environment, and Your Bottom Line  

Keeping equipment at optimal performance can make your business a desirable place to be. It can reduce your monthly energy bills and annual spending on repairs, lessen the risk of equipment failure, and lower your negative contributions to climate change. This infographic features important stats and tips for business owners who want to stay ahead of equipment issues before they become major problems. 

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Equipment maintenance is a critical part of running a business, especially for a restaurant where operations rely heavily on large and complicated machines. Yet, maintenance can be an intimidating project, with countless pieces to monitor, issues to consider, and upfront cost. By working with an energy-efficiency-as-a-service (EEAAS) provider, business owners can get regular equipment maintenance without having to do any of the labor themselves. Plus, an EEAAS partner can provide energy efficient equipment upgrades with no upfront cost. 

Download our newest white paper to learn more about the repercussions of equipment neglect and how partnering with an EEAAS provider could save you time and money in the long run.  


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