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 time during this weeks Southeastern Building Conference.
The Greyter HOME recycles shower and bath water so that it can be reused to supply all of the water typically required to flush toilets. The patent pending Greyter HOME is the first of its kind – an affordable, energy efficient water savings solution that is easy to install, capable of meeting water quality standards of major markets, while requiring little maintenance and a small footprint in the home.
Last month, the Greyter HOME was recognized as one of the top 20 most innovative new products at the Pacific Coast Builder’s Conference, the largest home building trade show taking place on the West Coast. The Greyter HOME will be showcased at booth #239 by co-Founder, John Bell. John will also provide an overview of how the system works on Friday July 29th, at 11:15am on the Demonstration Stage. The solution will be best installed in newly built homes and major renovations as the system requires plumbing to be installed from bathrooms to the system, usually located in the mechanical room of a basement or garage.
About Greyter Water Systems
Greyter Water Systems offers out-of-the-box water reuse technology that creates water-efficient buildings, addresses water scarcity, reduces water costs, and helps achieve LEED fast and affordably! Our Packaged, Affordable, Practical, and Efficient solutions recover and treat graywater and rainwater, so that it can be used for toilet flushing, irrigation and other purposes. By doing so, our systems save water and money by reducing the water and waste water demands of commercial and residential buildings by 35%. With pressures on fresh water resources and with costs of water rising, Greyter’s mission is to work with builders, developers, engineers, architects, and municipal officials to create water efficient buildings and communities.