Terry Janssen, CEO of Ecotech Water has confirmed that arrangements with ECOTECH
WATER ASIA PACIFIC PRIVATE LTD have been completed with Philip Tan, CEO for Ecotech Water
Asia Pacific. Mr. Tan stated at a recent Press Conference that water shortages are occurring throughout
Asia. Tan further stated that his company has been seeking arrangements with a manufacturer that offers a
complete water conservation product line that was an all inclusive water conservation package. When we
found Ecotech we found exactly what we had been looking for Tan said.
Ecotech Water LLC manufactures a
unique one-of-a-kind line of Water Conservation Products.
In many cases they are the only ones like them available
anywhere in the world. Through the concept of using a
combination of Air and Water instead of just more water.
Ecotech's technology has demonstrated that plumbing fixture
performance can be substantially enhanced. Ecotech products
can save as much as 60% to 70% in water consumption in
your facility plus related sewer and water utility cost.
Savings on water heating as well as maintenance cost
can also be substantially enhanced.
Leaders In LEED
Ecotech’s mission is to not only
remain on the leading edge of technology to achieve the
lowest consumption and highest performance with its
products but also to achieve unsurpassed levels of environmental
accomplishments. Water Conservation, reduced emissions
and reduction in solid waste have been at the forefront
of Ecotech’s Research and Development.
Keepers Of The World’s
Why is water conservation important?
In the United States, it is estimated
that we extract over 340 billion gallons of fresh water
per day from our potable water resources. This amounts
to over 3,500 billion gallons per year more than we return
back into our typical domestic water supplies. This deficit
strains our water supplies, in some cases dropping underground
aquifer levels by 100 feet or more. About 65% of the
water we extract is discharged into the sanitary sewer
system after use. Approximately 25% of the U.S. daily
water use is used for flushing urinals and toilets.
Many U.S. locations have exceeded the limit of how much can be pumped out of their aquifers and now are having to transport water in from long distances
to serve the needs of entire communities. Many others
are very near the peak limit. As our population grows,
water demand is further increasing.
According to the World Health Organization,
less than 1% of the world's freshwater, or 0.007% of
all the water on Earth, is readily available for human
There are many ways in which both water
use and costs can be reduced.