ReWater Systems is the only company in the US that makes legal greywater irrigation systems that have been proven by decades of experience. We can also integrate our system with most rain harvesting methods to create the ultimate irrigation system. To determine which ReWater® system is right for you, we first need to understand your project.

We have hundreds of systems irrigating landscapes around homes, apartments, barracks, and other types of residences. They’re all different in some ways, but they’re all ReWater Systems. The consultation process will explain the difference and your options.

Each system is comprised of two parts: a filter package and an irrigation package. The only way we can understand your project’s needs is by consulting with you and your building professionals.

For a single-family system, understanding your project’s needs doesn’t take very long and it’s included in the price. On large estate homes, multi-family, or commercial projects, where many building professionals and contractors are involved, consultation takes much longer and we provide that service when under contract.

Under contract, ReWater consults with your architect, landscape architect, civil and mechanical engineers, plumber, electrician, and landscape contractor. Once we know what your system will consist of, we integrate that system into your drawings. We provide you with plan and details sheets that fit seamlessly into your other construction and permitting documents.

As consultants, we prepare our proprietary Code Compliance form to help your building and/or environmental health department issue a permit for your ReWater system on your site. We’ll even obtain the permit on your behalf if you’d like that service.

In a LEED or other green building point system project, our greywater and rain harvesting irrigation systems provide by far the most cost-effective LEED points you can earn.

ReWater®’s consultation process results in a professional grade water reuse irrigation system by the only company that went through the learning curve decades ago, ReWater Systems.