At Rainwater Recovery Inc. we are passionate believers in the statement: “We’ve got to get drinking water out of the irrigation water. And toilet water, and make-up water, and…” This blog showcases people and organizations who are figuring out ways to do just that. As well as reducing drinking water demand for cooling tower makeup, fire suppression, [...]Learn More
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 [...]
The October 19, 2009 Water Efficiency Newsletter ran a fascinating piece entitled ‘Drought, Demand, and the GW Bogeyman.’ The message is compelling: In short, studies are showing that water shortages in the southeastern U.S. (think metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia and neighboring states) have less to do with drought conditions than they do with prolonged mismanagement of the [...]
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. [...]