Commercial Scale Potable Rainwater System Supplied by Ecovie

Commercial Scale Potable Rainwater System Supplied by Ecovie Ecovie is proud to announce that it has contracted with Bernhard MCC for all equipment for a commercial scale potable rainwater system to supply water for the new Gulf  State Park Interpretive Center in Gulf Shores, Alabama.  It will be one of the first commercial scale potable…

1200 Gallon Per Day AQUALOOP Greywater System Installed – Mather Veterans Village

Ecovie and local partner Heat Transfer Equipment Company (HTE) are proud to have designed and commissioned a greywater system at the Mather Veterans Village near Sacramento, California.  Using the Intewa AQUALOOP process with its commercial level NSF 350 certification, the system is designed to collect shower, laundry, and lavatory water from a 50 unit affordable housing complex for…

AQUALOOP NSF 350 Certified for Greywater Recycling

AQUALOOP NSF 350 Certified for Greywater Recycling The AQUALOOP greywater recycling system is now certified under NSF 350 for bath and laundry recycling at the commercial (C) level, the very first and only system to pass these rigorous standards.  This is an important development for the entry of AQUALOOP into the US market since a number of…

California’s epic drought

“Rainwater harvesting in vogue during Chozha dynasty’’

Updated: September 18, 2014 10:29 IST “Rainwater harvesting in vogue during Chozha dynasty’’ A. V. RAGUNATHAN The Thillai Kaliamman temple in Chidambaram which has provided a historical proof of the Chozha dynasty’s well-managed water resource system. Discovery comes to light during desilting of tank on the premises of a Chidambaram temple The Chozha dynasty was…

The Original Rainwater Pillow Selected as 2014 Best of Building Award Recipient by USGBC Members

The Original Rainwater Pillow Selected as 2014 Best of Building Award Recipient by USGBC Members Thursday, September 18, 2014   (0 Comments) Posted by: Melonie Walter PRESS RELEASE September 17, 2014 Editor Note:  Ecovie sells and installs the Original Rainwater Pillow. www.ecovierain.com For Immediate Release The inaugural “people’s choice” awards recognize the year’s best products, projects,…

ARCSA SUPPORTS CALIFORNIA’S PLAN TO HARVEST RAIN AND STORMWATER

ARCSA SUPPORTS CALIFORNIA’S PLAN TO HARVEST RAIN AND STORMWATER Tuesday, September 02, 2014   (0 Comments) Posted by: Melonie Walter As part of a multi-pronged solution for California’s intensifying drought, the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) plays an important educational and technical role promoting decentralized rainwater harvesting that would decrease demand for centralized potable water supplies.…

Appropriate Drought Responses: Rainwater Harvesting and Graywater Reuse (or You just shouldn’t mess with the hydrologic cycle)

Tuesday, 01 April 2014 11:21 WhollyH2o – Elizabeth Dougherty http://www.whollyh2o.org/ Appropriate Drought Responses: Rainwater Harvesting and Graywater Reuse (or You just shouldn’t mess with the hydrologic cycle)  Appropriate Drought Responses: Rainwater Harvesting and Graywater Reuse (or You just shouldn’t mess with the hydrologic cycle) This severe drought period in our hydrologic cycle is the perfect time…

Extreme Water Woes Predicted for the United States

Taken from Sustainablewater.com Photo Courtesy of NOAA The third National Climate Assessment (NCA),released in early May of this year by the U.S. Global Change Research Program, is a federally-mandated report, which summarizes the current and future impacts of climate change in the U.S. The report, produced by more than 300 experts along with a 60-member Federal…

Rainwater Harvesting Now Mandatory

Posted on 15 April 2014 – 08:16pm Last updated on 15 April 2014 – 08:37pm Adrian Phung newsdesk@thesundaily.com Print PETALING JAYA: Local authorities will not approve building plans from developers who do not include a rainwater harvesting system (RWH) for residential buildings. This is stipulated under the Guidelines for Rainwater Harvesting and Utilisation System (SPAH),…