From the article:
The KB Home development featuring the Nexus eWater solution was also mentioned:
"In June, builder KB Home unveiled the Sea Cliff community, 52 upscale homes in San Diego that all include gray-water recycling systems. The company hopes the systems, which will save each home an estimated 100,000 gallons of water per year, will attract potential buyers, says Dan Bridleman, a senior vice president at KB Home, which is based in Los Angeles. Homes in the development range from $899,990 to $1.03 million."
Be sure to check out the companion article, "Grey Water Brings Lush Lawns Without the Guilt".The homes in the Sea Cliff development all feature gray-water recycling systems made by Nexus E-Water, a manufacturer based in San Diego. MICHAL CZERWONKA FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL