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After use this water is passed through to an Eco Machine system for treatment and eventually returned to the ground via subsurface dispersal.
The following locations in OCSL are connected to the “potable” well water system: Bathroom Lavatories, Drinking, Fountain, Janitorial Sink and Wash Sink.
“Omega is thrilled to have crossed the finish line, and hopeful that projects like ours will mark a new era in sustainable design, one that reflects a truly integrated approach to creating built environments that are in harmony with the natural world.” - Skip Backus, CEO at Omega Use the icons below to find out how this project approached each Petal of the Challenge.
Site condition prior to project start: Greyfield Significant site information: The Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL) is constructed on land that was previously used as a burial spot for solid debris from years of operation with the previous owner.