Commercial Office Space

40-story tower with LEED + Net Zero goals

Located in Brickell, Miami’s financial district, this planned 40-story commercial space will recycle 25,000 gallons per day of blackwater, rainwater and condensate for reuse in the 1.6 million-square-foot office’s toilets, irrigation and cooling systems. Epic Cleantec is spearheading the design and permitting of the advanced water reuse system in the development that aims to be a LEED certified, net zero water project. This project will feature the first onsite blackwater recycling system in the state of Florida, underscoring our commitment to pioneering sustainable practices. 

Miami, FL
1.6 million square feet
Collection Source
Blackwater, rainwater, condensate
System Capacity
25,000 gal/day
End Uses
Toilet flushing, irrigation, cooling tower
9,900,000 gallons/year Total annual water demand
6,400,000 gallons/year Demand met by non-potable supply
$180,000+ annual savings Est. annual utility savings over the next 10 years

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