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Brac Systems Commercial and Residential Greywater Systems Brought to you by: Eco-$mart, Inc.
UNESCO has predicted that by 2020 water shortage will be a serious worldwide problem The World Bank reports that 80 countries now have water shortages A story in The Financial Times of London began: "Water, like energy in the late 1970s, will probably become the most critical natural resource issue facing most parts of the world by the start of the next century." This analogy is also reflected in the oft-repeated observation that water will likely replace oil as a future cause of war between nations.” Global Water Crisis
Global Water Crisis In The News BBC website on “The Water Debate” “Water will be the more important than oil this century” Boutros Boutros Ghali
The responsibility is in our hands. Did you know that the average person in the US uses about 100 gallons of fresh water a day? That is about twice the usage of European citizens. The US Government predicts that at least 36 states will face water shortages within five years because of a combination of rising temperatures, drought, population growth, urban sprawl, waste, and excess National Water Crisis
Due to prolonged drought, Lake Mead is down over 100 feet
Global Water Crisis In The News T. Boone Pickens and others investors are buying water rights from farmers to provide water to large municipalities. They are banking on the shortage of fresh water.
Brac Systems Residential Water Solutions
U.S. Water Use The average U.S. person uses twice as much water as a person in Sweden, and three times as much as the average German. Source: CMHC, Household Guide to Water Efficiency, 2005 Data from Environment Canada 2004
Residential Water Usage
Brac Systems The Solution for Water Shortages and High Water Bills
Sewer or Septic Tank Overflow Service Drain Supply Bypass Overflow Washing Machine Optional if required but not generally recommended. Bathroom #1 Bathroom #2 Grey Water Recovery Lines Plumbing Ventilation Trap Air-ap Makeup Water Line Here’s How The System Works In Your Home Water from your bath and shower is rerouted to the Brac System for filtration and disinfection
Sewer or Septic Tank Overflow Service Drain Supply Bypass Overflow Washing Machine Optional if required but not generally recommended. Bathroom #1 Bathroom #2 Grey Water Recovery Lines Plumbing Ventilation Trap Air-Gap Makeup Water Line When a toilet is flushed, reclaimed water is supplied by the system. Here’s How The System Works In Your Home
When a toilet is flushed, the Brac System senses the pressure drop and activates the pump to send greywater through dedicated supply lines to the toilet. How It Works To Toilets
Potable water is supplied to provide enough make- up water to keep the pump from running dry and keep your toilets flushing If we flush more than we shower.. Tank Low
Water in excess of the storage tank’s capacity is routed to the sanitary sewer system If we shower more than we flush.. Tank Full
The Chlorination timer is set to re-circulate and re-chlorinate the stored water as required to maintain minimum levels. If the homeowner goes away.. Chlorination
The greywater will bypass the system and be routed down the drain to prevent backup through the rest of the house If The Filter Becomes Clogged.. Blockage
BRAC Residential Products RGW-150RGW-250 RGW-350 RGW People 6 People 9 People 12 People 39 Gallons 66 Gallons 92 Gallons 119 Gallons
Brac Systems The Solution for Water Shortages and High Water Bills ModelTank Capacity (gal) Household Size RGW RGW RGW RGW * * May be used in some light commercial applications
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Installed BRAC System Vent Pipe Greywater from sump Greywater Inlet Check vale Greywater Outlet Greywater Out bypass City Water Greywater In bypass Overflow to sewer
Is a Brac System Compliant? International Plumbing Code Approved IAPMO Approved In Florida Plumbing Code County and State approvals Bermuda approvals Many Florida installations All components CSA approved
Brac Systems Innovative Engineering Low maitenance Uses minimal electricity Greywater is lightly chlorinated to prevent foul smells Timer automatically circulates water during dormant periods Saves thousands of gallons of water per year
Brac Systems Meeting the Code Blue Dye Dispenser Available
Water Supply Guide
Installations Using Sump Pump (shower on same level as Brac tank)
Did you know that out of all the Billions of homes on this planet, if only 1/1000 of the homes (one million homes) were equipped with Brac Systems for one Year, we could build a pool 1 meter deep, and 2 Meters across. That pool would circle the Earth.
Brac Systems Commercial Water Solutions
Commercial Systems The CGW series is our commercial system designed for large residential buildings, hotels, detention complexes, shelter homes and other facilities with up to 180 people. The system comes with an in ground holding tank, primary and secondary filters, a managed chlorination system with a dedicated pump, a variable frequency, constant pressure grey water pumping system, primary and secondary filter alarms and water counters for both fresh water and grey water.
Brac commercial greywater reclamation systems can reclaim water from laundry facilities, saving over 40 percent of water use. Commercial Greywater Systems