Ecovie Potable Rainwater System Up and Running at Georgia Tech’s Kendeda Building

Atlanta – Georgia Tech is leading the US and in particular the southeast US in demonstrating innovative green building.  The recent completion of its Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design seeks full Living Building Challenge (LBC) certification and is truly a jewel of innovative design. Ecovie has helped meet LBC Water Petal certification for this project by providing rainwater system design […]

Ecovie Takes the Stage at Greenbuild

  The sustainability community is rapidly growing, and the engaging panel discussion Robert Drew, CEO at Ecovie Water Management LLC partook in at the Greenbuild International Conference & Expo was a true testament to that. The well-attended panel discussion focused on on-site water management case studies and addressed how on-site water management’s greywater recycling and […]

The Race to Fixing Flint’s Water Crisis

Humans need food and water to survive. Without it, we would die. Though we can go without food for about three weeks but without water humans would live for only three to four days because at least 60 percent of the adult body is made of water. This dependency on drinking water is why the […]

Miami Can Potentially Run Out of Water

Every city has water supply challenges, no matter how much water surrounds them. While the challenges of a city like Phoenix, Arizona are much different than that of one like Miami, Florida, the challenges still exist. In fact, part of the problem that Miami is facing is due to rising sea levels and the capacity […]

The Case For Rainwater Collection

You may intuitively know that rainwater collection for your home or business makes sense — now you have the facts that back it up. As clean, fresh water is becoming more scarce and more expensive, and flooding and erosion damage from storm water runoff becomes more costly to repair, rainwater collection makes more sense than […]