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Water Harvesting Pond to Save Duke $400K Annually

An on-campus water harvesting and reuse pond under construction on the Duke University campus in Durham, North Carolina, could supply up to 143 million gallons of harvested storm water per year — nearly 75 percent of the demand of one of the university’s centralized chilled water facilities — and save the … Read more »

Farmers Fight Coca-Cola Over Groundwater

In Mehadiganj village, Uttar Pradesh state, India, the lack of groundwater has set farmers against a local Coca-Cola bottling plant, as both vie for the dwindling resource, according to Bloomberg. In August, Coca-Cola abandoned a $24 million expansion plan for the site, citing delays in permits to extract more water, … Read more »

Water Efficiency: The Overlooked Low-Hanging Fruit

Water saving measures are often easily implemented and can save thousands of dollars a year but are often overlooked, according to Buildings magazine. The “low-hanging fruit” of water saving methods are often ignored in favor of high-efficiency HVAC systems or new lighting, but their payback periods are often under a year, … Read more »

Process and Water Rainwater Reclamation

Process and Water Company Supplies Water System to Marine Corps

Process and Water Company says its rooftop rainwater reclamation and reuse system at a US Marine Corps facility has helped it reduce its water use 40 percent compared to a building with traditional water systems. The rainwater harvesting system (pictured), developed and supplied to the US Marine Corps for its … Read more »

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