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INTERESTED IN READYING YOUR HOME FOR WATER RECYCLING? DOWNLOAD OUR GUIDEBOOK NOW!

Whether you are about to buy a new home or build 1,000, if you are in the California home market, you need to understand how easy it is to go Recycle Ready!

Our benefits

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"Grey water" is the term used for the soapy, mostly clean water that comes from your home's showers, laundry, and hand sinks. It is commonly accepted that grey water makes up approximately 2 out of every 3 gallons of all indoor water. The NEXtreater system captures this water and then produces clean water using an innovative 3-stage hybrid process that combines floatation, filtration and disinfection in an appliance-like package.
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Grey water is often generated by showers and laundry and typically is quite warm. By utilizing this grey water as a heat source, the NEXheater can efficiently concentrate and transfer this heat through a novel heat pump process. This process is efficent enough to provide all of the home's hot water needs and replaces a traditional water heater.
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By capturing a home's grey water and reusing it for landscaping and toilet flushing a home can easily expect to reduce its sewer flow by 70% or more! Those who receive the biggest value from this feature of water recycling are often land developers and municipal utility companies.

Products & Technical Resources

See below for specifications and other technical information on Nexus eWater products. Please note that Nexus eWater is presently only targeting select markets in California. Please contact a Nexus representative to see if servicing is available in your area before specifying Nexus products into your project.

 

MEET THE TEAM

 

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Tom Wood
Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder
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Andrew Hermann
Chief Financial Officer, Co-Founder, Board Director
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Bob Hitchner
Chief Sales & Marketing Officer
 

 

 

Nexus In the News

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    You can actually reclaim two-thirds of the water in your house, and in drought-stricken California the homebuilders are very interested in this.
    Diana Olick
    CNBC
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    [Nexus eWater] eliminates the need for much of the drinking water now used to quench thirsty landscapes. It would drop overall water use by as much as 72 percent. Water officials say it is the first time such a system is being installed in a housing subdivision.
    Roger Showley
    San Diego Union-Tribune
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    Food from garden to table. Solar power from roof to outlet. And now soapy water from your own shower to your lawn? [Nexus eWater] aims to reclaim water from showers and sinks, clean it and use it for irrigation and flushing toilets, among other non-potable uses in the same home.
    Matt Richtel
    New York Times
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    [Gray water recycling is] a “two-fer” that reduces a home’s intake of water and helps maintain some level of landscaping, which is environmentally preferable to covering everything with pavement.
    Carolyn Lochhead
    San Francisco Chronicle
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    Californians—now in their fourth year of extreme drought—are increasingly installing gray-water systems, which recycle wastewater from sinks and bathtubs for use in landscape irrigation.
    Kerry Close
    Wall Street Journal

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