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Living Machine System Selected for Wastewater Recycling at New Pennsylvania School; Largest On-Site Wastewater Reuse System Permitted in State of Pennsylvania

9/11/2012
Publication: marketwire
Living Machine Systems, L3C, the leader in ecological wastewater treatment and reuse technology, today announced that Living Machine(R) technology is actively treating and recycling all wastewater at Western Wayne County School District's new Evergreen Elementary School in Wayne County, located in northeastern Pennsylvania. It is the largest on-site wastewater reuse system permitted in the state of Pennsylvania.

Alternative septic in Albemarle County: new technology, new worries

8/28/2012
Publication: C-ville
What to do with wastewater has long been a limiting factor in rural development. If space or soil made a septic field impossible, a would-be builder was, for the most part, out of luck.

A Look at Living Machine Systems

8/28/2012
Publication: dwell
Recently, Dwell had the opportunity to tour the San Francisco’s Public Utilities Commission headquarters, which seemed appropriate as we gear up for the special bathrooms and spas issue (hitting newsstands in early November). SFPUC recently revamped their building to be LEED Platinum and installed a wastewater management system called the "Living Machine."

The SFPUC’s New Headquarters: The Greenest Building in the US?

7/16/2012
Publication: HydrateLife
Yesterday I had the opportunity to tour the new headquarters for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC); a building which they say is one of, if not the, greenest building in the nation.

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Headquarters Designed by KMD Architects & Stevens Architects Opens as Poster-Child for Innovation in Energy, Water Conservation

6/28/2012
Publication: Market Watch
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission's new environmentally sustainable headquarters building at 525 Golden Gate Avenue, designed in joint venture by KMD Architects and Stevens Architects, provides a poster-child of sustainability innovation for urban office buildings, and reflects the mission of the PUC as a provider and manager of water and energy for San Francisco. All told, 525 Golden Gate in comparison to similarly-sized office buildings features 50% less of a carbon footprint, uses 32% less energy, and consumes 60% less water.

San Francisco debuts North America’s ‘greenest urban office building’

6/26/2012
Publication: Smart Planet
Last week, the city of San Francisco announced the grand opening of the Greenest Urban Office Building in North America. The new San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Building (SFPUC) boasts new Living Machine technology, as well as LEED Platinum standards.

On Scene with Bill Wilson: SFPUC LEEDs to Platinum

6/20/2012
Publication: San Francisco Sentinel
Mayor Edwin M. Lee and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) officially unveiled its completed headquarters building at 525 Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco. The 525 Golden Gate Headquarters is one of the few buildings in the world built to LEED Platinum standards and is also one of the greenest buildings in North America.

SF Mayor Lee Announces Completion of SFPUC HQ – North America’s Greenest Urban Office Building

6/20/2012
Publication: California Newswire
Mayor Edwin M. Lee and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) officially unveiled its completed headquarters building at 525 Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco. The 525 Golden Gate Headquarters is one of the few buildings in the world built to LEED Platinum standards and is also one of the greenest buildings in North America.

KQED News Fix San Francisco PUC Building Touted as Ultra Green

6/20/2012
Publication: KQED News
It’s not easy being green, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) discovered when it set out to build a new headquarters. According to a San Francisco Chronicle article, the SFPUC had to scale back on dreams of making the building generate as much as 40 percent of its own power.

SF Supe Clearing Path for Water Recycling

6/19/2012
Publication: NBC Bay Area
according to SF Weekly, San Francisco lawmaker and Board of Supervisors president, David Chiu, is sponsoring legislation on behalf of water-recycling devices.

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