Friday, March 13, 2015
Nexus eWater Gets NSF/ANSI Cert
San Diego- and Lancaster-based Nexus eWater, which makes a device which recycles grey water from residences, turning formerly wasted water into energy and water usable for irrigation and other non-potable uses, said it has received NSF/ANSI certification for its systems. The company says its systems can recycle two out of every three gallons used in a home. The certification means that the system meets water safety and treatment standards, and remove bacteria and other . The company's technology was originally developed in Australia, but the company now has a demonstration install in Lancaster, and is hoping that homebuilders will offer up its product to residents in the future. The company recently raised $2.1M in funding.