Gray Water Recycling Systems, LLC Signs Brand License Agreement with "Living With Ed"

Manufacturer of Revolutionary Gray and Rainwater Recycling Systems will team up with Ed Begley, Jr., Hollywood's 'greenest' actor and star of the hit TV series Living With Ed to promote water recycling.

REDONDO BEACH, CA -- Gray Water Recycling Systems, LLC (GWRS) has signed a long-term exclusive brand license and endorsement agreement with the producers of the hit TV series Living With Ed and its co-stars Ed Begley, Jr. and Rachelle Carson-Begley. Under the terms of the agreement, GWRS will use the trademark of the show and the endorsement of the Begley's to highlight the urgent need to reuse gray and rainwater as well as expand the marketing of its line of revolutionary recycling systems throughout North America.


GWRS product information will also be featured on the hit TV shows website, www.livingwithed.net As well as the Begley's new environmental site and blog www.fixingtheplanet.com, "a simple to use one-stop resource for those interested in learning about sustainable living."

GWRS designs and manufacturers gray and rainwater recycling units for single and multi family homes, commercial properties, hotels and resorts. Units capture and purify exhaust water from shower, bath, laundry and downspout. The purified, bacteria free water is then re-used for landscape irrigation and toilet tanks. Visit www.reusegraywater.com to learn more.

"We are extremely excited to be working with the Begley's, their television show and all the professionals at Brentwood Communications International", stated Buzz Boettcher, GWRS Managing Member. "Ed realized the need to conserve long ago and became an avid environmentalist and advocate before it was the popular thing to be. Not only does he talk conservation, he lives it; no dispute, he is the gold standard for green living in the entertainment community."

"Proper water management and conservation is mandatory living in this semi-arid desert," stated Begley. "We simply cannot continue to poach water from other parts of the Western United States. Conservation and reuse will have a positive impact on our overall water supply; this recycling system is a huge step in making that happens. I've been searching for the right gray and rainwater recycling system for years and I've finally found it. Rachelle will soon be able to take those twenty minute showers without my blood coming to a boil by knowing the water she's using today will be irrigating our garden tomorrow".

The marketing relationship is being launched with this press release, followed shortly by a series of print, video and on line materials featuring Living With Ed branding and Ed Begley, Jr. endorsements. In addition, the Begley's will make a number of public and industry appearances on behalf of GWRS, speaking on a number of environmental topics including water conservation and reuse. Begley will also provide valuable assistance to help bring local and state building codes in concert with the rapid advancement of gray and rainwater recycling technology.

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For More Information, Please Contact:
Buzz Boettcher, Managing Member, Gray Water Recycling Systems, LLC, 310-791-0283 buzz@reusegraywater.com
OR
Greg Glass, Vice President, BCII, greg@bciitv.com
818-333-3711

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