Water

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The Water Wise program

  • Saves 30% – 50% on water and sewage bills.
  • Promotes a construction-less retrofit of the heaviest water users in the bathroom.
  • Our retrofit is roughly 1⁄4 of the price of a new toilet installed
  • Talking Toilet leak detection system which detects even the smallest of toilet leaks.
  • 3rd party billing
  • Consultation on state of current water system, avoids catastrophic damages.
  • Reducing operating costs, increasing property value and enhancing the overall image of the organization
  • The Water Wise program

    EcoSystems installs high-efficiency adjustable Toilet Fill Valves with pressure clean nozzles and newly engineered flapper systems that replace the existing fill and flush mechanisms in your toilet, thereby allowing us to control the amount of water entering the tank and bowl.

  • Your Shower Heads

    The shower is the second-heaviest water user in the home, consuming up to 30% of total household water. EcoSystems high-efficiency showerheads are a practical and satisfying way to reduce water consumption. Typical Showerheads have flow rates of 5 to 8 gallons per minute, meaning that a 10 minute shower would use 50 – 80 gallons of fresh potable water. High-Efficiency Showerheads use only 1.5 gallons per minute, or 15 gallons for a 10 minute shower, reducing water demand by nearly 70%.

  • Typical

    In a 10 minute shower, typical showerheads wastes 50-80 gallons of potable water.

    Yet a high- efficiency showerhead uses only 15 gallons, reducing water demand by 70%, and maintains enjoyable water pressure.

    High-Efficiency
  • Your Kitchen and Bathroom Faucets

    Standard kitchen and bathroom water faucets use 4 – 7 gallons of water per minute. This means that a single 15 minute incidence of washing dishes may consume up to 100 gallons of water. Letting your faucet run for five minutes uses about as much energy as a lit 60-watt light bulb uses in 14 hours. EcoSystems installs 1.5gpm faucet aerators that reduce flow rate and splashing while increasing areas of coverage. This simultaneously aids water conservation and improves performance.

  • Letting your faucet run for 5 minutes uses about as much energy as a lit 60-watt light bulb uses in 14 hours.