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Jay Paul's Water Conservation Plans for 181 Fremont

The 70-story mixed-use tower will include a gray water treatment system, which could save as much as 1.3 million gallons of potable water annually. The $540M project, which will include 67 luxury condos above 435k SF of Class-A office space, will be done in Q4 2016. Its non-potable on-site water system—called the Aquacell G20 Treatment System—will capture, treat and reuse gray water collected from the building’s condominium and/or office showers, laundry and bathroom sinks, reports The Registry. It saves enough water that it qualified for a $250k grant from San Francisco’s Public Utilities Commission. [TR]

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