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Nexus eWater completes $2.1 million Series A Funding Round

Posted on March 5 , 2015 in by Josh

US-Australian company prepares for US market launch of disruptive product aimed at radically reducing California residential water, energy, and wastewater use

Estimates US market opportunity to be $15 billion per year

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Nexus eWater makes Green Builder Media's top 50

Posted on February 11 , 2015 in by Josh

Nexus eWater's eWater Recycler has been selected by Green Builder Media’s editorial team as a 2015 Hot 50 Product, which was featured in the February issue of Green Builder magazine!   Get digital access to the Green Builder library by signing up here and be sure to check out the February edition for all the other top 50 products.

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Nexus Chairman speaks at Sustainable Silicon Valley's WEST 2014

Posted on February 2 , 2015 in by Josh

Nexus eWater Chairman, Ralph Petroff, made a brief appearance at the podium during Sustainable Silicon Valley's WEST 2014. Mr. Petroff took the podium around the 35 minute mark, but we encourage you to watch all of Mayor R. Rex Parris keynote speech.

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The Nexus eWater Smartphone App

Posted on January 26 , 2015 in by Josh


Through the Nexus eWater smartphone application, users of the NEXtreater and NEXheater have easy access to their Nexus product status and usage information. They can also enjoy viewing their —localized data in comparison to other homes in the area and check their investment via a personalized calculation of savings based on (optional) connection to utilities.

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TecHome Builder speaks with Nexus eWater's Tom Wood

Posted on December 3 , 2014 in by Josh

TecHome Builder spent some time with our very own Tom Wood at this year's Greenbuild in New Orleans, Louisiana. The main topic was, of course, our eWater Recycler!

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Greentech Media speaks with Nexus Chairman, Ralph Petroff

Posted on November 22 , 2014 in by Josh

In a new article Greentech Media took some time to speak with Nexus eWater Chariman, Ralph Petroff, to discuss new trend of building "recycle-ready":

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eWater Recycling System given "Best in Show" distinction at Greenbuild 2014

Posted on October 24 , 2014 in by Josh

Tom Wood, co-founder & CTO with the NEXheater

Last week we attended Greenbuild in New Orleans, Louisiana and we are very pleased to have been given the distinction of "Best in Show" by! We are very passionate about our eWater Recycling System for both water and energy recycling and we are very pleased that Treehugger agrees! If you were one of the thousands of people in attendance we thank you for visiting our booth and, more importantly, continuing to support sustainable building practices!

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Ralph Petroff's "Re-Thinking Re-Cycling" available for download HERE.

Posted on October 12 , 2014 in Double ZeroHouse 2.0, WaterSmart Innovations, Double ZeroHouse 3.0 by Josh

At WaterSmart Innovations, attendees have an opportunity to hear perspectives from speakers from around the globe and across the country, each willing to share their fresh, unique points of view based on their first-hand experiences in water efficient programs, policies and practices.

*Image captured at ZeroHouse 3.0 debut, Oct. 3rd, 2014
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KB Double ZeroHouse earns RESNET award for its HERS rating -- features Nexus Water Recycling System

Posted on October 2 , 2014 in News, Double ZeroHouse 2.0 by Josh

A Sept. 26th article by Greenbuilder Media, Double Zero: Net Zero Energy with an Eye Toward Water Conservation, reports that the Double ZeroHouse 2.0 in Lancaster, CA, was recently feted by RESNET as the best HERS-scoring home by a production builder in the nation. Current HERS ratings do not directly take into account water sustainability, though this was a big feature of the home's design.  The Double ZeroHouse uses on-site grey water recycling by Nexus eWater to supply all water needed for irrigation.

From the article:

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