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WaterSprout Launches Quality Greywater Systems with New Product Division.

Oakland, CA, August 11, 2017 --( WaterSprout Inc., a design/build firm specializing in rainwater & greywater systems, launches packaged systems to Southern California market with WaterLab, its product division.

Greywater and rainwater industries have been rapidly evolving out of this need to use water more effectively. Why use water once when you can use it twice? Why waste water when you can do your part?

Engineered for efficiency and longevity, WaterLab greywater systems re-use water from showers and laundry to irrigate landscapes. WaterLab systems ensure drought resiliency, meet LEED qualifications, meet the CA codes, and meet all local permitting requirements. Installing a WaterLab system will earn your project green building points and is an integral element of any modern, sustainable home.

WaterLab systems have uniquely minimal maintenance requirements of once a year. Monitoring features allow for customers to see on their smartphones exactly how much water is in the tank or how much greywater has been used.

Founder John Russell engineered and refined water reuse systems by installing hundreds of systems all over the San Francisco Bay Area. "The need for high-quality greywater systems that last inspired me to take what we know works in the field and make it available to others," Russell explains, "There are far too many products out that don't work well. People need systems they can trust, are guaranteed to save water, and stand the test of time. This is what we have done with WaterLab."

Cycles of drought, higher temperatures, and extreme weather patterns are the new normal for Western states. Leading climate scientists warn us that future water resources are likely to be severely limited. Californians know this first hand from the recent drought.

Clients tend to be forward thinking people who push the envelope in tech and business, people building new homes or remodeling, and people who are concerned about their ecological impact. Architects, landscape designers, builders and plumbers play a vital role in water conservation by incorporating greywater and rainwater systems into their projects.

Launching WaterLab greywater products to a wider audience allows this innovative technology to create a more powerful impact as part of a water-wise future.

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