The Greyter HOME Wins “Best Green Building Product” – IBS 2017!

With over 400 entries in nine categories and judged by 28 industry and media professionals, we were thrilled that the Greyter HOME greywater recycling solution was selected as “Best Green Building …Read More

Greyter is featured in Better Builder Magazine

November 24th, 2016 – Greyter Water Systems was pleased to be featured in the latest issue of Better Builder Magazine.  Paraic Lally (V.P Business Development – Commercial Buildings) and Chris Thompson …Read More

Yosemite’s NatureBridge Center Selects Greyter Water Systems

July 28th, 2016 – Greyter Water Systems was selected to reuse greywater at NatureBridge’s Environmental Education Center in Yosemite National Park, California. The 40,000 square foot campus was developed by …Read More

Greyter Exhibits at SEBC in Florida this week

July 27th, 2016 – After an exciting reveal at last month’s Pacific Coast Builder’s Conference, the Greyter HOME greywater recycling system will be revealed to east coast builders for the first …Read More

The Greyter HOME Wins A POP Award For Most Innovative New Product

May 2nd, 2016 – The Pacific Coast Builder Conference is the largest homebuilding trade show taking place on the West Coast. The PCBC’s Parade of Products is a competition that …Read More

Greyter Reveals the Greyter HOME

April 22nd, 2016 – After much anticipation and years of development, the Greyter HOME water recycling solution was revealed at Greyter’s corporate offices on April 20th. The Greyter team and …Read More

Greyter Water Systems is Selected for the Ahmaiyya Baitur Rahmat Mosque

A Greyter Water Systems solution was also recently selected to recycle water at the Ahmadiyya Baitur Rahmat Mosque in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This 2330 square meter (25,000 sq. ft.) facility was …Read More

Greyter Water Systems is Selected for the Lansing United Church

A Greyter Water System was selected to reuse stormwater at the Lansing United Church in Toronto, Ontario. This 4660 square meter (50,000 sq. ft.) facility underwent a large addition and …Read More

Greyter’s John Bell to be a featured speaker at World Water-Tech North America

Greyter Water Systems, V.P of Business Development, John Bell will be part of a panel during the World Water-Tech Summit that will discuss “Building Resilience with Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Plants”. …Read More

Greyter Water Systems is Selected for the Frost Museum of Science in Miami, Florida

Greyter Water Systems was selected to reduce potable water consumption at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. This 250,000 square-foot facility in Miami, Florida is considered one of …Read More

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Greyter's John Bell to be a featured speaker at World Water-Tech North America

  • September 25, 2015
Greyter Water Systems, V.P of Business Development, John Bell will be part of a panel during the World Water-Tech Summit that will discuss "Building Resilience with Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Plants".  The following is a summary of what will be discussed:
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Mark Sales to address DoD's "Net Zero" initiative at the Global Water Summit in Milwaukee

  • June 23, 2015
Greyter Water Systems has been selected by all three facets of the US Military (Army, Airforce, and Navy) to provide solutions to reduce water consumption at military bases around the world. Greyter's CEO will provide insight regarding some of these installation and the overall benefit of onsite water reuse. Where: The Global  .....

Greyter Water Systems is Selected for the Frost Museum of Science in Miami, Florida

  • September 08, 2015
Greyter Water Systems was selected to reduce potable water consumption at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. This 250,000 square-foot facility in Miami, Florida is considered one of the most innovative and sustainable museums in the world. The structure includes science and history galleries, a planetarium and a w  .....

Greyter Water Systems is Selected for Mountain Equipment Co-op's North York Store

  • July 30, 2015
Greyter Water Systems solution was selected by the Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) to reduce potable water consumption at its second store in the Greater Toronto Area.  MEC's 44,000-square-foot store in North York was designed by SMV Architects and was professional engineered by Cleland Jardine Engineering Ltd. and Pageau Morel  .....