Big Changes

Posted on March 22nd, 2010 by Phil in Cool Stuff, Phil Says, Rainwater Recovery News

And I mean BIG changes.
First off, Rainwater’s Waltham office has been closed up and the Rainwater team have moved to Brookline. Specifically, the Geosyntec office in Brookline. Yes, that’s right. Geosyntec Consultants has acquired Rainwater Recovery.
Geosyntec is an exciting place to be right now, with so many smart and innovative people working on hundreds of [...]

The lovely, glossy magazine that is Design New England usually has articles called “The Epitome of Style” and pictures of highboys and newel posts has embraced rainwater harvesting in a piece called “Beyond the Barrel.” It has a nifty illustration of a residential harvesting system. And guess who’s the star of the piece? Our own [...]

Can we just take a deep breath and enjoy this moment? We are always moving on to the next thing, we believe so strongly that we are doing good for the environment and we can’t do enough, but just for this moment, can we please say Thank You—to the universe, to Mayor Bloomberg, to the [...]

Rainwater Recovery’s fearless leader, Phil Reidy, will be presenting as part of New England Water Works Association continuing education program on Tuesday, June 2.  For those of you in the industry, it’s a neat way to get caught up with innovative programs and meet some interesting movers and shakers in the industry. The course is [...]

It is so nice to get noticed. Especially when so much of what we do is invisible. Not just that it’s underground, but, if we’re doing our job right, no one should know it’s there.
And especially nice for this project which was with such good people, doing good things, like the Old Cambridge Baptist Church. [...]

Phil Reidy, President and Founder of Rainwater Recovery Inc., will be presenting on “New Thinking in Stormwater Management” at a symposium on integrated approaches to stormwater management at the Landscape Institue of the Arnold Arboretum on Friday, February 13. While he loves to share his passion for rainwater harvesting and integrated stormwater management systems with like-minded professionals, neophytes [...]

FX Fowle has designed the building and interiors of SAP Americas Headquarters in Pennsylvania to be beautifully sustainable. With a green roof, natural ventilation and, of course, a rainwater harvesting system designed by Rainwater Recovery, this revolutionary complex is sure to earn FX Fowle yet another Green Building Design Award for their company mantel. You [...]

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