The Proud Green Home of Louisville uses whole-home water filtration to provide fresh water to every fixture and appliance.
Sponsored by: Environmental Water Systems
As energy efficiency continues to improve, water conservation is becoming the next frontier in residential building.
For builders who want to get the most out of a plumbing system, the choice of piping material has a long-term impact on the project.
Low-flow toilets and other technology innovations can help save water in every home, and each step can make a difference.
Municipal authorities are fighting a losing battle as more and more chemicals and pollutants wind up in drinking water every year.
Clean water is more in demand than ever, and fortunately there are some easy-to-use technologies that make managing water easier.
Storm water management gets easier with a new alternative to permeable concrete solutions.
As the shortage of clean water continues, the drive to be able to reuse water is leading to innovations in the market.
The National Association of Home Builders’ 2016 New American Home features a whole-home water filtration system from Environmental Water Systems.
With water quality making headlines across the country, there's reason for people to be concerned about the safety of their drinking water.
The bottled water trend costs people money, and doesn't deliver better water.
With more than 50,000 installations in over 60 countries, Bio-Microbics knows a few things about managing wastewater.
Unfortunately, the cost of electricity can be a factor in whether people have access to clean water. One company is making it more affordable to treat water around the globe.
It's what's on the inside that usually counts the most, and green homes are no exception.
Although the United States has some of the best public drinking water available, there is reason to be concerned about contamination in some areas.
For residential and commercial building projects looking to save water, a wastewater treatment system delivers water clean enough to be discharged into waterways or used for other purposes.
Re-using greywater is the next frontier in battling drought and rising utility costs, and new technology makes it easier to adapt new or existing homes to use less water.
At Greenbuild 2013, Bio-Microbics CEO Bob Rebori talks about the the importance of simple, affordable waste water treatment and water recycling for green buildings.
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