Bowersox Investment Group, Inc invited to speak on behalf of Hydraloop® at United Nations 2023 Water Conference
Bowersox Investment Group, Inc shares how the private sector can accelerate the adoption and implementation of decentralized greywater recycling systems.
New York, March 24, 2022 – The global water crisis has been a major concern for the world, with millions of people lacking access to clean and safe drinking water. As a responsible real estate developer, Bowersox Investment Group, Inc has taken the initiative to incorporate sustainable technologies like Hydraloop® greywater recycling systems in their developments to combat the global water crisis.
Bowersox Investment Group, Inc signed a memorandum of understanding with Hydraloop® earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show 2023. This strategic partnership has enabled Bowersox Investment Group, Inc to incorporate Hydraloop® technology into all of our sustainable communities nationwide. Our commitment to sustainability and innovation are a shining example of how the private sector can contribute to addressing global challenges. We hope this partnership inspires others to follow suit and make sustainable water use a priority in their operations.
According to Nathaniel Zulkanycz, VP of Marketing at Bowersox Investment Group, “Our company recognizes the urgent need to address the global water crisis, and we are proud to be working with Hydraloop to integrate their innovative greywater recycling technology into our real estate developments. By reducing water consumption by up to 45%, Hydraloop’s system not only helps to address the critical issue of water scarcity, but it also provides a tangible benefit to our clients in the form of cost savings on water and energy expenses.”
Hydraloop® decentralized greywater recycling systems can save up to 45% on total in-house water consumption. The devices clean greywater from showers, baths, washing machines, and optionally hand basins and condensation water from tumble dryers, heat pumps, and air conditioning. The treated water can be used for toilet flushing, washing machines, garden irrigation, and topping up swimming pools. The reusable water is clean, safe, and disinfected, meeting the highest international standards, like the US NSF-350 and European EN16841. The systems can be installed in any residential real estate, future-proofing buildings, adding LEED and BREEAM certification points.