In our continued effort to support sustainability, NEMA San Francisco is working with Aaron Tartakovsky and his company, Epic CleanTec, to give water a second act. An experimental system takes the water and waste from 55 units and recycles it, all in an effort to change how urban high-rises deal with water reuse.

"There’s essentially a water reuse revolution happening right now, and it's starting here in San Francisco," Tartakovsky said. The article goes on to explain the recycle process, turning human waste into usable fertilizer.

This type of technology is not new to countries like Israel, Japan and Australia but is beginning to capture the attention of American companies and we are proud to be a part of the recycling revolution.

You can read the entire article here: NBC Bay Area reports:

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