The Singulair R3 Green treatment system incorporates our advanced water reuse technology into a durable, watertight polyethylene tank.  The Singulair R3 Green water reuse system REDUCES water consumption, REUSES treated effluent and RECYCLES water to conserve and recharge our water resources.  It provides the cutting-edge solution to chronic water shortages and reduces energy costs associated with water and wastewater treatment.  The system quietly, efficiently and automatically treats all incoming wastewater to the highest level for restricted indoor and unrestricted outdoor use.  According to the American Water Works Association, 84% of residential water is used for non-potable applications.  By using the R3 system and following local building code, a homeowner can expect to dramatically reduce water usage.

With unrivaled performance, the Singulair R3 Green system exceeds the effluent requirements of NSF/ANSI Standards 40, 245 and 350.  NSF Standard 350 is the standard for water reuse for non-potable applications, including unlimited outdoor use and restricted indoor use.  Rated Class R through successful completion of NSF/ANSI Standard 350 test protocol, the Singulair R3 Green system effluent averages 5.0 mg/L CBOD, 4.6 mg/L TSS, 2.3 NTU turbidity and 2 MPN/100 ml E. coli.  The system simultaneously met all requirements of NSF/ANSI Standard 245 by reducing total nitrogen 66% to an average of 14.4 mg/L.

Due to its outstanding performance, the Singulair R3 Green qualifies for Green Building credits under both the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) ICC 700 National Green Building Standard.  The Singulair R3 Green is eligible for 2 points from the US Green Building Council under the LEED BD+C: New Construction v.3 program, and earns 20 points from the NAHB/ICC/ASHRAE 700-2015 National Green Building Standard.


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