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Salesforce Unveils Decentralized Reuse System; Harbinger of Water Sector Transformation

24 January 2018
Research Note

On 11 January 2018 Salesforce.com announced that its new corporate headquarters, Salesforce Tower in San Francisco, will feature the largest on-site water recycling system in a commercial high rise in the U.S.

The onsite treatment system is designed to reclaim wastewater from rainwater collection, cooling towers, showers, sinks, toilets and treated for non-potable uses in the building. The system is engineered to reduce the building’s usage of local drinking water supply by an estimated 7.8 million gallons annually — representing a reported 76% reduction in the building’s water footprint.

In this era of water scarcity and resiliency, reclaiming wastewater for reuse may hold the key to long-term water supply.

 


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