Aquanomix System Installed at Yale School of Medicine

The Aquanomix Rainwater Harvesting System is up and running at the Yale University School of Medicine Amistad Research Lab in New Haven, Connecticut.

The Amistad facility, at 10 Amistad Street, distinguished itself with its whole sustainable approach, using collected rainwater and air handler condensate drainage for toilet flushing in a system designed by Aquanomix. Water collected on the roof of the research building is used in ultra-low-flow lavatories and dual-flush toilets.

This laboratory/vivarium interior renovation included biomedical research space, tissue culture rooms, cold rooms, specials labs and a vivarium to house rodents. Stem cell research will be performed in this building. This project has received a LEED® Gold certification.

Thanks to our fantastic reps at Engineered Product Sales for helping to make this happen.

Read more at Yale’s blog post here.

 

Join us at the 2015 Annual AWT Conference & Expo.

Join us at the 2015 Annual AWT Convention and Expo in Nashville this September. We are taking private B-to-B meetings and we’ll also be presenting on September 12 at 8:00 a.m. You won’t want to miss it!

The Details:

  • Presentation Title: The Art of Water Reuse and Optimization in a World of Diminishing Water Supply
  • Presenters: Desmond Prosser, Aquanomix Project Architect & Lori McPherson, Walchem
  • Time: 8:00 am – 8:30 am
  • Location: Omni — Broadway Ballroom A-E
  • Link to event information: click here.

Email us marketing (at) aquanomix (dot-com) to find meeting availability. See you there!

 

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They ain’t messin’ around, bro.

California Proposes ‘Unprecedented’ $1.5 Million Fine For Alleged Water Theft

California regulators are adopting something of a “no tolerance” policy for water theft.

“State officials have proposed fining a group of farmers an unprecedented $1.5 million for allegedly stealing water during the state’s devastating drought, the first fine levied against an individual or district with senior rights that are more than a century old,” the Associated Press reported.

The drought that has dragged on for four years in California has sparked tough policies reining in water consumption by individual, industrial, and agricultural users. The fine aims to extend cutback policies to the notoriously hard-to-reach black market for water.

“The state is fighting off court challenges to its authority to control water use and doubts over whether it has the resources to enforce its orders,” the report said.

Link to story here.

 

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The Business Case for Investments in Water Efficiency

“The U.S. has experienced a renaissance in energy efficiency investment over the past decade, spurred by a combination of rising energy prices, greater public awareness of climate change and a thriving ecosystem of capital providers, government programs and technical solutions,” writes Scott Henderson.

“Now it’s time to pursue a similar level of investment in water.”

Read the entire article here.

 

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Operational Readiness: Are you ready?

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As a result, you can get the reliability & performance that management demands.

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