Molly Peterson of KPCC (Southern California Public Radio) featured Ralph Petroff and the Nexus eWater solution in her recent story on grey water and it's impact on the SoCal home building industry.
See below for an excerpt from the article and don't forget to read it in it's entirety here.
Megabuilder KB Home has placed Nexus systems at 52 brand new homes at Sea Cliff, a San Diego County development. The company won’t disclose how many have sold, though sales representatives say interest is strong.
“We want our customers to know, they don’t have to do anything,” said Steve Ruffner, who runs KB Home for Southern California. “If they buy our house, they are going to save more water than a used home.”
The Nexus graywater system has also been installed at KB model homes in Lancaster and Northern California. Under a pilot partnership with the Metropolitan Water District, KB will analyze wider feasibility for in-home graywater systems, collecting water use data from new homeowners.