Sustainable Water Systems of the Future—Available Today
Committed to treating water responsibility—from our design and manufacturing processes to the development of one of the most efficient water softeners on the market today—EcoWater takes the “Eco” part of its name seriously.
Efficient and Eco-Friendly by Design
- Water usage: Water used in water softener testing is reclaimed and used for other testing, cutting our manufacturing facility’s water usage in half.
- Responsible recycling: 99% of our plastic is reground and reused in manufacturing, and we recycle all our pallets, paper, cardboard, and more.
- Resource conservation: Our water softeners, conditioners and refiners regenerate only as needed, saving up to 50% on water and salt versus timer-based models.
- Green technology: We offer HydroLink® technology in our water conditioners and refiners, which monitors your family’s water consumption, creating awareness of water usage.
- Ripple effect: EcoWater softeners boost the efficiency of other water-using appliances such as your water heater, washing machine and dishwasher by eliminating scale buildup. Reverse osmosis drinking water systems eliminate the need for bottled water, reducing plastic waste.
EcoWater Gives Back
Rooted within the communities it serves, EcoWater believes in sustainability and that everyone should have access to clean, healthy water. Recognizing a need, and our desire to lead, we help fund non-profit organizations and implement clean water projects while striving for good corporate citizenship.
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