Cape Town is Running Out of Water; Could California be Next?

Posted on January 29 , 2018 in NEXtreater, Smart Homes, Green, New Homes, Solar, Clean Technology, Energy by Josh

We need a new approach to home water efficiency. Efficiency standards and home tax credits have spurred builders and consumers to design new homes with energy-efficient structures, eco-friendly materials, and energy-saving systems.

But we can’t stop there.

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My Favorite Ideas From CES

Posted on January 23 , 2018 in NEXtreater, Smart Homes, Green, New Homes, Solar, Clean Technology, Energy by Josh

We pride ourselves on knowing what’s happening in the world of consumer technology and how it intersects with our industry, and we’re extremely excited when we become part of that conversation ourselves.

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Nexus eWater & Flex House featured in Curbed

Posted on January 22 , 2018 in Flex House, homebuilding, Homeowners, Grey Water, NEXtreater, smarthomes, technology, Recycle Ready, gray water systems, grey water systems, Clean Technology by Josh



Nexus eWater joined Green Builder Media at this year's CES in Las Vegas to demonstrate new smart home technologies.

Check out the excerpt about Nexus and be sure to read the full article over at Curbed!

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Nexus eWater & Flex House featured in Architectural Digest

Posted on January 22 , 2018 in Flex House, homebuilding, Homeowners, Grey Water, NEXtreater, smarthomes, technology, Recycle Ready, gray water systems, grey water systems, Clean Technology by Josh



Nexus eWater joined Green Builder Media at this year's CES in Las Vegas to demonstrate new smart home technologies. Learn more about the Flex House project by reading the excerpt below or seeing the full article over at Architectural Digest!

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"This can't be easily applied to existing buildings, so what's the point?"

Posted on January 19 , 2018 in Water Crisis, Grey Water, Dual Plumbing, gray water systems, grey water systems, New Homes, Clean Technology by Josh

This is a comment we get with some regularity, and in the very short term it's a fair criticism.

Under current rules and regulations, it would be far too challenging to add a grey water system into most existing homes and structures...

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After Nearly A Decade, What Have We Learned?

Posted on January 15 , 2018 in Water Crisis, Grey Water, gray water systems, grey water systems, Clean Technology by admin



Launching any new product is hard, and we’ve learned a lot – the hard way. Success relies on a magic combination of technical capability, market readiness, determination, and luck. Along the way, we’ve faced challenges, seen false starts and failures, and learned something every time.

But we haven’t lost our determination. 

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Press Release: Nexus eWater now live on crowdfunding platform StartEngine

Posted on January 15 , 2018 in by Josh

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Why We Need a New Approach to Home Water Efficiency

Posted on December 22 , 2017 in Water Crisis, Grey Water, gray water systems, grey water systems, Clean Technology by admin



Water efficiency became part of the national conversation 25 years ago with the passage of the Energy Policy Act. The policy was designed to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and improve air quality by focusing on alternative fuels, renewable energy, and energy efficiency. National standards for water efficiency are now finally established for the first time in U.S. history.

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GUEST POST: Tesla Roof: Fact vs. Fiction

Posted on December 19 , 2017 in Homeowners, technology, Smart Homes, Green, New Homes by GUEST



No doubt by this point you’ve heard of the Tesla Solar Roof. Announced by Tesla CEO Elon Musk in May of 2017, the novel technology was designed for homeowners looking to invest in residential solar without clunky rooftop panels affecting their home’s curb appeal.

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GUEST POST: Hosting Environmentally Friendly Game Night Parties

Posted on December 8 , 2017 in California, SoCal, Homeowners, Green by GUEST



Having friends over to watch the game can be a lot of fun, but it can also be quite an undertaking. Most people think of game night viewing parties as a low-key way to entertain, but for all the planners out there the tasks involved can quickly pile up. However, with a little pre-planning it’s easy to keep your next game night sustainable and responsible.

Here are a few tips:

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