water reclamation


 

Harvesting Georgia's Rainfall

 

If you are...

  • Interested in creating more sustainable sites?
  • ...livable communities that use less of our valuable resources ?
  • aware of Georgia EPD’s recent restrictions on watering lawns?
  • Seeking opportunities for achieving various LEED ® credits?
  • ...Or maybe just interested in being more "GREEN"?

 

Are YOU currently taking advantage of FREE RAIN WATER?

 

IF NOT, Then let us provide you with

a FREE FEASIBILITY AND COST ANALYSIS

 

Provided by a...
Georgia Registered Landscape Architect,
whom is also a
LEED ® Accredited Professional &

 

American Rainwater Catchment System Association Accredited Professional (ARCSA AP).

 

The Benefits are Numerous: 

  • Freedom to continue irrigating your landscape, maintaining its beauty (while others are limited)…and protecting your investment
  • FREE source of water (capital expense might be depreciated; ultimately will pay for itself by utilizing less purchased water)
  • minimizing and controlling storm runoff from site, thus protecting the environment and delicate stream ecosystems
  • Conserving valuable municipal sources of water
  • Excellent Public Relations and benefits of proactively being more “green”
  • Potential to achieve various LEED ® credit points where applicable
  • Possibilities for future tax and rebate incentive potential!
  • Reduce impact on limited aquifers

 

If our feasibility study shows promising potential, we will recommend additional detailed designs be performed, and a more detailed installation proposal will be provided by:

 

A & C Development, Inc.
a general contractor, which utilizes a network of various manufacturers, suppliers, and some of the most experienced irrigation, plumbing, excavating and utility contractors in the Southeastern United States.

 


"The LEED ® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings."