Pebble Beach Company
- Pebble Beach Company (PBC) is the sole fiscal sponsor of a $67M Wastewater Reclamation Project, which converts locally generated wastewater to high-quality recycled water suitable for irrigating the world-renowned golf courses of the Del Monte Forest.The Project provides reclaimed water to meet 100% of the irrigation needs of all of the golf courses in the Del Monte Forest (Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, The Links at Spanish Bay, Peter Hay Golf Course, Cypress Point, Monterey Peninsula Country Club and Poppy Hills), thus eliminating potable water usage—saving over 4 billion gallons of potable water for our community to date.
- In addition to using reclaimed water, the area's golf courses employ state-of-the-art Rain Bird Cirrus irrigation systems. The irrigation systems are equipped with computers and hand-held radio control. Watering is scheduled based on current evapotranspiration rates, soil probing and visual analysis, as well as current weather conditions.
- Guest rooms are equipped with low-flow showerheads, and guests have the option of participating in a linen change program that saves on water and energy. For more information click here.
InterContinental The Clement Monterey
Signage for water conservation is displayed in all public restrooms within the hotel. Landscaping also features drought-resistant plants which flourish with little water.
CSU Monterey Bay
The current drought has prompted a series of water saving actions by CSUMB including a goal to reduce usage 20% by 2020 and using recycled/reclaim water where possible.
Peter B's Brewpub
Peter B’s Brewpub changed operations to save over 41,000 gallons of water a year and recycles mash from brewing the brewing process to local farmers and growers.