Wasatch Premier Communities

Seeking to Elevate all People We are Given the Opportunity to Serve

About Us

Wasatch Premiere Communities is making it a priority to adopt a green business environment. We develop and manage superior living environments for our residents. Our company has been, and will continue to be, committed to adopting environmentally friendly practices in property management and development. Our Corporate and Property Offices are committed to demonstrating environmental leadership in all facets of our business transactions. Wasatch Premiere Communities is actively working with our employees and residents to meet, or exceed, our current environmental commitments which are summarized below.

Recycled Materials

We strive to use recycled materials whenever possible and appropriate in the development and maintenance of all our properties.

Pollution Prevention

We strive to prevent the release of harmful substances into the environment to the greatest extent possible during the design, development and maintenance of all our rental units.

Water and Energy Conservation

We strive to conserve water and energy in our business operations and daily maintenance.

Waste Reduction

We strive to reduce waste in our business operations and building maintenance.

Sustainability

We strive to offer sustainable solutions that help reduce the carbon footprint impact around the world leaving a cleaner planet for the next generation to inherit.

Recycling

We strive to buy and use products that may be recycled whenever possible.


What can you do to help?

Reduce, Reuse & Recycle

Here are a few suggestions on what you can do to help improve the environment and reduce your carbon footprint!

Turn it off - Turn off lights, televisions, videos, stereos and computers when not in use - they can use 10 to 40% of the power when on standby. Also, unplug chargers as soon as they have finished charging.

Be exact - Fill the kettle with only as much water as you need.

Close it - Don't leave fridge doors open for longer than necessary.

Check your tires - Properly inflated tires can improve your car’s fuel efficiency.

Use no plastic - Use cloth bags when going shopping and avoid buying products which use too much plastic.

Fan up - Instead of using air conditioners in the summer, wear cool clothes, and use a fan.

Drive less - Do your weekly errands in a single trip or pay your bills online. Walk, bike, ride the bus or carpool.

Optimize your speed - You will consume up to 25% less fuel if you drive no more than 55 mph.

Drive hybrid - A hybrid or other fuel-efficient car emits less carbon dioxide.

Replace them - Replace your incandescent bulb with a compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL). CFLs cost 3 to 5 times as much but use less than a third of the power. Also, replace old fridge and other appliances with energy-efficient ones.

Watch what you eat - Choose food produced close to your home. It’s fresher and requires less transportation.

Recycle - Consume less, and re-use old products.