With less than TWO weeks from the 2015 GreenBuild Expo in Washington DC, we want to make sure you have the chance to see the newest technologies water optimization at Booth #2803.
Don’t have a pass? No problem!
We’re offering free expo passes; click here.
To set up a private meeting, please email marketing at aquanomix dot com.
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Aquanomix is a featured speaker at this year’s Annual ARCSA Convention (American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association) in Long Beach, California.
Join us as we tell you what you’re doing wrong in your quest to conserve. 😉
Our 2015 Conference will focus on rainwater catchment for uses beyond the garden as well as using water supplies wisely. We will look at how rainwater catchment is one solution to mitigating drought and decentralizing stormwater pollution.
Our dear friend and Board of Advisor Member, Colin Frayne, of the Association of Water Technologies, is the keynote speaker for this year’s event. Mr. Frayne has a great depth of experience with reusing water, water management, and water shortages around the world. Depth. See what we did there??
In a recent article in Plumbing Engineer, it reads, that San Francisco is becoming the first in the country to require new developments (more than 250,000 square feet) to use on-site water reuse systems for anything that requires non-potable water.
Non-potable water sources include rainwater, reclaimed/recycled water and gray water. While non-potable water is not appropriate for human consumption, it can be used in a myriad of other applications, such as doing laundry, toilet and urinal flushing and cooling tower make-up water. This means that when it comes to the water used in buildings for things such as cooling towers, irrigation and water closets (toilet flushing), developers can’t use drinking water.
Now San Franciscans must implement on-site treatment systems to make use of rainwater, greywater (which includes water from bathroom sinks, bathtubs, washing machines), blackwater (sewage), stormwater or foundation drainage (groundwater) to meet their needs for non-potable water.
The ordinance also requires smaller buildings of 40,000 square feet or more to do a reuse assessment and in five years the city will need to use non-potable water for all irrigation needs and cleaning of public spaces.
More details can be found here.
Aquanomix, experts in water chemistry and water reuse, have timely solutions for San Francisco. Our support is two-fold: custom water reuse systems and intelligent water optimization software. Please contact our California sales engineers for more information on how Aquanomix can help you meet regulations. And, while you’re here, check out some of our details below.
We’re exhibiting at the 2015 GreenBuild International Conference and Expo in November in that Nation’s Capital, and one of our incredible, custom rainwater harvesting systems is installed nearby.
Hint: it’s in the only hotel connected to the Convention Center by an underground concourse.
Contact us for a private tour of the system during the expo.
And don’t forget to visit us at Booth #2803 on November 18-19, 2015 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in D.C. to learn more about our rainwater harvesting systems and water optimization software!
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Aquanomix designed a custom system for Johnson & Johnson Company’s Ethicon Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility that reuses rainwater for cooling tower make-up water and irrigation.
The Ethicon facility in Cornelia, Georgia manufactures surgical and medical instruments.
The new facility was constructed on the same site of Ethicon’s sister company, Noramco Inc. Noramco, which has operated the Athens facility since 1981, manufactures pharmaceutical ingredients used in medications and medical devices. Both companies are subsidiaries of Johnson & Johnson.
More photos can be found at this link.
Thank you to our experienced and skilled reps at Heat Transfer Systems for helping to make this happen.
For inquiries or questions, please email marketing @ aquanomix dot com.
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