Commanding General to officiate ceremony on Monday, October 15 at 10 a.m.
New 525 Golden Gate Headquarters Showcases City’s Pioneering Water Conservation, Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Technologies.
Living Machine® systems cost-effectively boost water availability in areas dependent on imported water or facing long-term drought.
205,000-square-foot office building incorporates the Living Machine® system, an on-site ecological wastewater treatment alternative that treats 100 percent of the building's wastewater for re-use in the building's toilets and cooling tower.
Worrell Water Technologies, a leader in ecological wastewater re-use technology and innovation, today announced that the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (PUC) selected its Living Machine® system for on-site wastewater treatment and water reuse in its new office building located in the heart of San Francisco.
Worrell Water Technologies, a leader in ecological wastewater re-use technology and innovation, today announced that its Living Machine® system was selected by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to be featured at one of the country’s largest land Border Control Crossing located in Otay Mesa, CA.
Old Trail School, in Northern Ohio’s Cuyahoga Valley National Park, decided to lead by example when it comes to water sustainability and re-use by commissioning Worrell Water Technologies’ Living Machine system. By locating the Living Machine system on the main campus, the school demonstrates that treating wastewater naturally and on site is a viable, safe option with no odor.
Next generation Living Machine® system will be part of comprehensive water planning for growth and sustainability at DoD facilities.
Worrell Water Technologies and Furman University today announced the Living Machine® ecological wastewater treatment and recycling system as a cornerstone feature of its new sustainable building on campus, the Charles H. Townes Center for Science.
Worrell Water Technologies today announced the next phase of interior construction at the Port of Portland’s new headquarters office facility at the Portland International Airport with the installation of its Living Machine® ecological wastewater treatment and water re-use system. The Living Machine® system will be an architectural centerpiece in the lobby of the new office building which is adjacent to the airport terminal building, greeting employees and the public as they enter the building to go to work or attend meetings. Completion of the entire building is set for spring 2010.