I was interviewed for an article on gray water reuse in a Green Builder article called "Shrinking Usage, Expanding Possibilities."
The NEXtreater and Recycle Ready Assembly (RRA) were featured extensively in the newest issue of Green Builder!
The garage has historically been the most underappreciated room in the home. But after a revival kick-started by makeover shows and an increased value placed upon them by prospective buyers, garages are now a major focal point. One of the ways to make your home the hottest property on the block is to renovate your garage and treat it as you would any other room in your home, and one of the best ways to do that is to make it green.
Did you miss our article on New Landscape Irrigation Regualtions in California?
Tune into this video to see Bob Hitchner, Chief of Sales & Marketing, talk about MWELO, landscape irrigation regulations, and how the NEXtreater can help save water and save landscape.
Tune into this video to see Bob Hitchner, Chief of Sales & Marketing, talk about the NEXtreater's "Approved Uses!"
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Revisions to the Model Water Efficiency Landscape Ordinance (MWELO) came into force in 2015 and have slowly been rolling out across California. As of January 1, 2017 these regulations are in force in all jurisdictions and cities must report enforcement during project plan approvals to the State Water Board for all commercial projects, and all residential projects with at least 500 square feet of landscaped area.
Thanks to TecHome Builder for taking the time to interview and feature us on their website!
From the article:
Nexus’s NEXtreater uses a three-stage hybrid process to clean soapy water from the home in an appliance-like package utilizing two underground tanks. The process includes pre-filtration and solids removal, a bubbling process to concentrate and separate contaminants and polishing and disinfecting to make water near potable.
Tune into this video to see Tom Wood, CEO, give a look "under the hood" to show "How It Works"!
Don't forget to subscribe and check back regularly to see our next video, "Approved Uses!"
In this age of the Smart Home, as a new home buyer you may ask how you can use the latest technology to make your new home vastly more water efficient than existing homes. The answer, as most homeowners are finding out, is on-site Home Water Recycling. What most home buyers do not yet know is how to talk to their builder about Home Water Recycling when it is not offered as a "Home Option".