Lighten your carbon footprint
When one average Florida household switches a non-gas water heater to a natural gas tankless water heater, it reduces the household carbon footprint by approximately 3,000 pounds every year. That's about the size of an average rhinoceros.
If just 10,000 Floridians made the switch to natural gas, the state's carbon footprint would be reduced by 15,000 tons.
Saving 15,000 tons of carbon is equivalent to recycling about 4,700 tons of waste instead of sending to a landfill, or removing the emissions of nearly 2,500 automobiles on Florida roads each year.*
*Source: U.S. Department of Environmental Protection Agency