Entering 2017, forecasters in the construction industry were quite optimistic. Not only was 2016 ending up with strong construction spending numbers—6% across the entire nonresidential building sector, with more than 10% in the commercial categories—but industry experts were hopeful that a Trump administration would mean favorable fiscal policies that would provide even more momentum for this market in 2017.
Our customers know that NEXtreater is built in the United States... but what does that mean?
It means that nearly every component of NEXtreater is assembled right here in San Diego — and nearly all of our vendors and suppliers are located in California, too!
To learn more, please take a minute to hear our Director of Manufacturing, Brandon Tarrac, discuss what goes into building a NEXtreater:
According to a US Geological Survey report, Californians slashed water use by 17% between 2010 and 2015. But as of September 2017, Californians still use 110 gallons per person per day for outdoor and indoor consumption – much higher than the national average of 82 gpd.
Would you like to bring your contribution to protecting the environment while lowering your electricity bills? You can choose from a wide array of methods that range from being more conscientious of your resources to installing specific systems that make your house more eco-friendly. Whatever your contribution, even the small things add up and matter.
I was interviewed for an article on gray water reuse in a Green Builder article called "Shrinking Usage, Expanding Possibilities."
Are you a licensed plumber, home builder, or general contractor in California? Are you interested in learning more about our Partner Installer Program or just about our products in general?
Join us for 90 minute presentation and Q&A session on the NEXtreater and Recycle Ready Assembly!
What: Nexus eWater introduction and training session
When: November 16th at 10am
Where: Nexus eWater HQ in San Diego
Did you know that the process of separating grey water from "black water" (waste water) is called "dual plumbing"? Did you know that the City of Los Angeles requires that all new homes be dual plumbed?
Our City San Diego published a "Trusted Advisor" article penned by our own Bob Hitchner, Chief of Sales and Marketing.
Click here to read the full article!
Last week Bob and I hosted 9 students from San Diego County that are participating in FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL).
During their visit we discussed many useful things, such as:
- What is grey water?
- How much grey water do we make every day?
- How does the Nexus eWater system work?
- What is the impact of homes using recycled grey water?
Having a dog can be a wonderful experience. After all, they are part of the family. So, is your yard ready for dogs?
The following information will discuss different ways to help your furry friend stay safe, while also identifying a few different ways to keep your yard clean and (mostly) maintenance free.