Aqualoop Greywater System Approved for Downtown Los Angeles High Rise

A large-scale Aqualoop greywater recycling system with NSF 350 certification for commercial-scale buildings has been approved without restrictions by the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS). The system will be part of The Fig + Pico project, a 42-story hotel tower in downtown Los Angeles opening in 2022. In compliance with the LA […]

Aqualoop Greywater at Silver Star Affordable Housing, Los Angeles

Our featured project is a great example of sustainable urbanization.  The recently commissioned greywater system at Silver Star Apartments in Los Angeles uses NSF 350 certified Aqualoop to help meet its water sustainability goals.  With its sustainable and affordable housing goals meeting the needs of an important part of our community, Silver Star consists of […]

New Florida Law Increases Demand for Greywater Recycling Systems

New Florida Law Increases Demand for Greywater Recycling Systems A new statewide law in Florida is increasing the demand for Aqualoop greywater recycling systems supplied by Ecovie Water Management of Miami Beach, FL.  Developers who include greywater systems qualify for building density bonuses.  This is a very strong financial incentive for adoption since the ability […]

Ecovie Disaster Water Management Initiatives

The team at ECOVIE just recently returned from the 2022 Water Expo in Miami, Florida. Considering the severity of hurricane Ian, it has never been more pertinent to discuss potential decentralized water reuse solutions for commercial and residential applications. Water quality, stormwater runoff, water discharge and water scarcity are four of the top priorities addressed […]

Large Scale Aqualoop Greywater System for DGS Natural Resources Headquarters

Sacramento, CA – Installation is underway for a 2,850 gallon per day Aqualoop greywater system for the State of California’s LEED Platinum DGS Natural Resources Building in Sacramento, CA.  The P Street Building will serve as a new 20 story, 838,000 square foot Department of Natural Resources headquarters.  The tower, which will also encompass a […]

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 […]