Sustainable building technology

Epic’s solutions form the core of a modern water conservation strategy.

Epic’s fully customizable systems process wastewater onsite, creating treated (non-potable) water, captured heat, and high-quality soil amendments that can be used at the building. We offer real estate developers and building owners simple, turnkey solutions that significantly reduce utility costs and increase resilience and sustainability.

Our Solutions

Who We Serve

San Francisco

Residential and Commercial Developments

Onsite water reuse is ideal for large residential and commercial developments — strengthening sustainability and resiliency efforts, while reducing water utility demand by up to 95%.

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Onsite water reuse is ideal for large residential and commercial developments — strengthening sustainability and resiliency efforts, while reducing water utility demand by up to 95%.

Corporate Offices and Campuses

Corporate offices and campuses can significantly improve their overall water consumption and meet their sustainability goals through district-scale water reuse and resource recovery.

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Corporate offices and campuses can significantly improve their overall water consumption and meet their sustainability goals through district-scale water reuse and resource recovery.

Community-Scale Developments

Onsite water reuse can have a large impact on community-scale developments by providing reduced water demand and providing significant savings.

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Onsite water reuse can have a large impact on community-scale developments by providing reduced water demand and providing significant savings.

Vineyard Grapes

Wineries and Breweries

Water-dependent operations like wineries and breweries can ensure water resilience while converting wastewater organics into nutrient-rich soil amendments.

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Water-dependent operations like wineries and breweries can ensure water resilience while converting wastewater organics into nutrient-rich soil amendments.

Stadiums

Large venues like stadiums can drastically reduce their environmental impact while generating significant savings by implementing water reuse solutions.

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Large venues like stadiums can drastically reduce their environmental impact while generating significant savings by implementing water reuse solutions.

Golf Course

Resorts, Hotels, and Golf Courses

Take advantage of the opportunity to reduce environmental impact through water reuse solutions while helping to future-proof water scarcity challenges.

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Take advantage of the opportunity to reduce environmental impact through water reuse solutions while helping to future-proof water scarcity challenges.

College Campus

Higher Education

An increasing number of campuses are implementing water reuse for irrigation and cooling towers as a way to strengthen water conservation and reduce ongoing costs.

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An increasing number of campuses are implementing water reuse for irrigation and cooling towers as a way to strengthen water conservation and reduce ongoing costs.

Data Center Switches

Data Centers

Ensure water security for “always-on” facilities like data centers while providing exceptional efficiency and savings benefits.

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Ensure water security for “always-on” facilities like data centers while providing exceptional efficiency and savings benefits.

Increasing sustainability and resilience

Epic provides a robust solution to address three major opportunities:

1

68% of the world’s population is expected to live in cities by 2050.

Increasing urbanization on top of climate change strains water resources and aging sewer infrastructure. The result is increasing cost and service disruptions to utilities and to real estate owners.

2

70% of U.S. consumers would prefer to spend their money on companies that are doing right by the planet.

Accordingly, tenant demand for sustainable building technology is on the rise and developers are seeking solutions to address the major drivers of their environmental footprint, with water as a notable focus.

3

Residential water and sewer rates across the country outpaced inflation by nearly 300% over the last two decades

Growing populations, urbanization, and climate change are straining our aging municipal water infrastructure. As costs to update or maintain plants and pipelines continue to rise, the burden for needed improvements is falling on individual ratepayers.