Nexus eWater and partner River Islands were featured in the Tracy Press article "City, Builders set sights on recycled water".
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An extensive drought across the state has forced local developers and municipalities to look outside the box for alternative water sources to keep green space green.
The River Islands master-planned development in Lathrop, east of Tracy, was highlighted at the White House Water Summit in Washington, D.C., last week for an innovative recycled water proposal. The plan calls for building water-recycling systems designed by San Diego-based Nexus eWater into future houses.
The system will enable homeowners to recycle water from their own showers and appliances to irrigate landscape on their own property.
“We want to have it in all the homes,” said Susan Dell’Osso, River Islands project developer, on Wednesday.