Nexus Chairman Speaks with Earth911

Posted on March 27 , 2015 in by Josh

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The eWater Recycler gets the biggest bang for the buck with new residential construction, said Ralph Petroff, the company's Chairman and co-founder. Requiring two sets of plumbing piping. this “recycled-ready plumbing” adds $1,000 to $3,000 to the total cost of the build.
“For a few thousand, you have the potential to save so much down the road,” Petroff said.
And the savings are considerable.

The device recycles every two out of three gallons of water and three out of every four watts of water-heating energy.

An energy efficient home with low flow shower heads, toilets and faucets typically saves around 50,000 gallons of water per year. One with an integrated eWater system would save another 50,000 gallons per year.

“That's around 100,000 gallons of water saved per year,” said Craig LeMessurier, spokesperson for KB Home, a leader in building energy and water efficient homes.


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