Tony Trobe with the Sydney Morning Herald recently had a Q&A with our very own Andrew Hermann. Here's an excerpt from the interview:
See below for an excerpt or read the article in its entirety at TecHome Builder.
The Nexus eWater graywater recycling system captures about two-thirds of the waste water from a home and uses it to irrigate lawns or for applications like toilet flushing. KB Home first rolled out graywater technology in Lancaster, Calif. and Sacramento, Calif. projects. However, there it was only on a demonstration basis at model homes.
SAN DIEGO – In an affluent neighborhood north of the city, the Sea Cliff development of million-dollar custom houses appears at first glance to be yet another in a series of expensive homes sprouting across California.
Nexus eWater and KB Home were featured on San Diego's ABC10 News!
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Nexus eWater featured on Asian-based online news page, Eco-Business!
See below for an excerpt from the article and don't forget to read it in it's entirety here.
In June, KB Home unveiled Sea Cliff, a first-of-its-kind new home community that boasts sophisticated home designs with impressive water-conserving technologies. Located in San Diego’s idyllic Rancho Peñasquitos neighborhood, Sea Cliff is the first community in the country where every home will be built with its own grey water recycling system.