Tempe’s Eisendrath Center for Water Conservation Incorporates Patented Re-Circulatory Water Pump System

Tempe’s Eisendrath Center for Water Conservation Incorporates Patented Re-Circulatory Water Pump SystemPublication Type:
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What was once intended as a winter retreat for a 1930s-era wealthy, elite Chicago family, the Rose Eisendrath House has been restored as Tempe, Arizona’s Eisendrath Center for Water Conservation thanks to several major donors funding the 10-year $4.3 million project. The renovation’s highlights included a patented re-circulatory water pump system that is designed for buildings to save an average of 10,000 gallons of water a year.



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