Waldorf Astoria

High-end hotel in Beverly Hills, CA

Luxury and sustainability are elegantly featured in the award-winning Waldorf Astoria hotel located in Beverly Hills, CA. Embracing a visionary approach, this hotel implemented Epic Cleantec’s award-winning OneWaterTM greywater system, reusing over 438,000 gallons of highly purified water annually for onsite irrigation purposes. By seamlessly integrating onsite water reuse, this extraordinary hospitality project strengthens the local community’s commitment to sustainability and water security, while reducing the project’s ongoing operational costs.

After challenges with the previous water reuse system, Alagem Capital Group sought out the expertise of Epic Cleantec to reinvent the approach. With complete responsibility over the design, implementation, and maintenance of the new system, our state-of-the-art OneWaterTM solution, the Waldorf Astoria hotel can now enjoy a flawless water reuse experience, thanks to our unparalleled technology, deep industry experience and meticulous attention to detail.

Beverly Hills, CA
Collection Sources
System Capacity
1,200 gal/day
End Uses

Project Partners

Pan Pacific Mechanical logo
Alagem Capital logo
4,800,000 gallons/year Total annual water demand
438,000 gallons/year Demand met by non-potable supply
$7,500+ annual savings Est. annual utility savings over the next 10 years
Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

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