Jul 01, 2015

Commercial Water Summer 2015

Evangelism on behalf of rainwater harvesting is increasing nationwide. An indication of this are five new rainwater harvesting systems that have been designed and installed for educational facilities in South Carolina and Kentucky in less than three…
Hotels account for approximately 15% of the total water use of commercial and institutional facilities in the U.S., according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Older hotels with outdated technology in their irrigation systems, kitchens,…
Limescale caused by hard water can wreak havoc on any type of appliance, system, pipe or valve that water runs through. Due to drought in various parts of the U.S., hard water is becoming more of a nuisance because of constant changes in the water table…
Rain harvesting offers many important benefits—reducing flooding and erosion where it occurs; decreasing or eliminating combined sewer overflows (CSOs); reducing water pollution from storm water; and complying with Clean Water Act regulations and permits…
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