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 NatureBridge to provide a permanent sustainable home for environmental education programs that will improve and enhance educational opportunities for 14,000 young people across the nation annually. The project was designed to be net-zero energy and to save sixty percent over standard water use, while achieving a LEED Platinum rating. The facility, which was recently visited by the President and First Lady, chose a Greyter Water System that collects and treats greywater from showers so that it can be reused for flushing toilets. “We are excited that Greyter was chosen to help manage water more efficiently at this impressive center,” said Paraic Lally, V.P Business Development – Commercial Buildings. The campus design was led by Siegel and Strain Architects from the San Francisco Bay Area and was professionally engineered by Integral Group. A number of sub-contractors contributed to the construction of the project including Johnson Plumbing Industrial.
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For more information regarding the NatureBridge Environmental Center please visit https://naturebridge.org/