ReWater SystemsReWater Systems

Natural Resources

Defense Council

Santa Monica

LEED Platinum

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Santa Monica,

California

LEED Platinum

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Beverly Hills,

ReWater System

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Casa Dominguez

Apartments,

Los Angeles County,

LEED Platinum

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Laundromat irrigating

2.7 acre strip mall

4th and C Street

Chula Vista, CA

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San Marino

California

ReWater System

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USMC 29 Palms

LEED Gold

ReWater System

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What We Do:

We help you save water and money in new construction by reusing your good water in our legal, time-proven, sophisticated yet easy-to-use filter and underground drip irrigation systems. You will irrigate, so choose the best irrigation system on the market - the ReWater® System. ()

ReWater Systems has led the legal greywater irrigation industry in the US since 1990. Our highly evolved systems have been working for decades in seriously beautiful homes and other residences, supporting expensive landscapes while earning their owners money from water reuse, run-off prevention, and wastewater reduction. We aren't offering a clever gimmick or mysterious box as seen on other websites and advertisements. Rather, we support architects, engineers, plumbers, and landscape professionals in new construction with our complete single-family and multi-family filter packages, all of which are backed up by potable water, some of which can also be backed up by rain, which all use our underground drip irrigation system, while satisfying all legal requirements. We now even offer a system for do-it-yourselfers.

We've never sold a system where we didn't first spend time discussing how our systems work and how we can help you and your professionals on your project, so don't be shy. If you're building a new residence that will require irrigation, please email or call us at (805) 716-0104.

REWATER® SYSTEM BASICS

Separate your good water from the bad, add our filter system, reuse it in our highly efficient drip irrigation system, and save money. ()

Once your shower, tub, bathroom sink, and laundry water (greywater/graywater) is separated indoors, and typically brought outdoors, a ReWater filter package is attached, with an overflow back to the sewer. That filter package captures and filters the water for reuse in a ReWater irrigation package, and the whole thing is backed up with potable water for when you need more water, like when you go on vacation. Altogether, the ReWater® System.

An average 3.2-person home reuses 46,000 gallons of water, year after year. Over a 30-year mortgage, that’s 1,380,000 gallons of water, worth over $6,500 at current rates and over $15,000 due to rate increases! And then there are your wastewater savings too! Large families, apartments, dormitories, and barracks, all produce far more water and reduce far more wastewater and thus save the owner far more money.

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DRIP IRRIGATION EFFICIENCIES

ReWater’s code-approved underground drip irrigation network uses your water up to 60% more efficiently than even properly adjusted sprinklers, saving you even more money. ()

Once captured and filtered, your water is ready for use in our time-proven underground drip network, which is at least 30% and up to 60% more efficient than the most common form of irrigation – sprinklers. This efficiency factor increases your usable water to 59,800 - 73,600 gallons for the average home, year after year, and far more for larger systems.

Such conservation multiplies your monetary savings and it also protects your fences, walls, and windows from spotting, discoloration, and moss. Because the irrigation system is underground, you don’t have to look at unsightly black tubes laying around your landscape either. Further, using your water underground allows the soil’s microbes to break down any organic matter, literally turning it into plant food. You’ll need to buy less fertilizer!

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RUN-OFF PREVENTION

Underground irrigation leaves the soil’s surface dry and capable of absorbing any of the “stuff” that might otherwise run off and become a problem. ()

With underground drip irrigation, the first time it rains, accumulated fertilizers, animal feces, pesticides, silt and other “stuff” that would have run into the gutter and out to the watershed are instead absorbed by the soil. This virtually eliminates irrigation run-off, one of the leading causes of water pollution in the Western US.

One of the largest new expenses in residential construction is for reducing your urban run-off. This simple solution is worth a fortune.

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WASTEWATER REDUCTION

ReWater's systems reduce your wastewater flows 50% ()

A residence with a ReWater system keeps up to half of its wastewater stream from being turned into sewage, thereby avoiding expensive treatment costs and environmental impacts. Older residences are built so all wastewater flows to the sewer system, thus all of it has to be treated like sewage. By separating your good water from the bad during construction, you will have reduced your sewage stream by half. Whether you’re trying to protect your expensive leach fields or be part of a big-picture solution, our systems significantly reduce wastewater treatment costs.

Most commercial sewer rate schedules already have accommodations for metered reductions in sewer flows, thus most commercial systems can pay for themselves on sewer savings alone without having to ask for the break!

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ENERGY SAVINGS

On-site water reuse saves energy. ()

Pumping this benign source of water around your landscape significantly decreases the water-embedded energy costs associated with delivering water to your home. Unless you live at the base of a large mountain range north of about the 37th Parallel, your water is coming from distant watersheds and being pumped all along its course. The farther you live from your real source of water, the more energy you save compared to using fresh water for irrigation and for treating wastewater from your home. In Southern California, that savings is in the 11-13% range.

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Graywater Irrigation FAQs

  • Can I retrofit my home for graywater irrigation?
  • Isn't greywater too salty for plants?
  • Will graywater drown my drought-proof species?
  • Is greywater irrigation legal?