Whether you plan on updating those old kitchen cabinets or are interested in adding some curb appeal by bringing a thirsty lawn back to life, there are many ways that a California home owner can improve their home while also adding value at the same time.
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What you need to look for -- it's all about NSF350.
Residential water reuse is a topic of increasing interest, and not just in the drought-prone Southwestern United States. In fact, international plumbing and building codes now recognize grey water treatment systems, and specifically those that fall into the NSF/ANSI 350 category. This is notable because products in this category have a abroader range of approved uses for treated grey water.
Today Phys.org posted an article about a recent grey water study published in the October edition of Chemosphere by researchers at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research.
As both the article and the study note, most of the scientific research and legislation efforts on the study of grey water have focused on the possible public health risks, while less attention has been given to its environmental outcomes.
This last week at PCBC (Pacific Coast Builders Conference), Nexus eWater was a proud sponsor of the Flex House, a "small footprint, resilient demonstration home that showcases high-performance building products, advanced smart home technologies, and an integrated solar system."
“Necessity is the mother of invention,” they say, and never has that statement felt more true than with water and energy efficiency standards.