The California Building Standards Commission recently acted at breakneck speed to implement emergency regulations to address the drought.
CNBC calls a home featuring the NEXtreater water recycler "a house that thumbs its nose at the drought".
Nexus eWater was featured in a recent article by The Press Enterprise which highlighted the impact of water resuse in residential areas. One of these benefits is being able to save 40,000 gallons or more with each new home. The article also announced Nexus's plans to partner with KB Home for the homebuilder's first publically available homes with grey water technology.
Over the weekend Nexus eWater was featured in a Sacramento Bee article titled "Seeds: Turning to shades of gray in search for more water".
Here's an excerpt:
LOS ANGELES (KABC) Los Angeles city officials have a new plan to put greywater to good use and beat the drought at the same time.
As Earth Day draws near, officials say we really need to start considering our trees during the drought.
An excerpt from the article:
Certification to the NSF/ANSI 350 Standard Enables Drought-Resilient Homes in Water-Scarce California
Homebuilders, Water & Sewer Agencies and Homeowners Have Unprecedented New Drought-Fighting Tool: On-Site Home Water Recycling
Download the press release or read below to learn more.
"The Nexus eWater system is capable of recycling up to 200 gallons of water daily for a family of four – as much as 70,000 gallons annually in a desert climate like Lancaster – more than enough to irrigate the home’s drought- tolerant landscape with water completely recycled on-site. We believe the system will be a major step forward in residential water efficiency."