2009 "SEED" Award Winner for Water Conservation

The SEED Awards, SoCal Environmental Excellence Development, are given to Southern California businesses that have exhibited excellence in helping improve environmental sustainability and quality of life in the greater South Bay Area of Los Angeles.

The South Bay Business Environmental Coalition (SBBEC) has awarded their 2009 SEED Award for Water Conservation to Gray Water Recycling Systems, LLC.


The SEED Awards, SoCal Environmental Excellence Development, are given to Southern California businesses that have exhibited excellence in helping improve environmental sustainability and quality of life in the greater South Bay Area of Los Angeles.

Gray Water Recycling Systems was selected for extraordinary work in the area of Water Conservation and their significant and notable efforts to help reduce environmental footprints.

Ed Begley, Jr., spokesperson for Gray Water Recycling Systems, accomplished actor, avid long time environmentalist and star of the hit TV series Living With Ed stated, "This is the first of many awards for GWRS. The systems technology and operation is fantastic, it will have a huge impact on water conservation. I applaud the SBBEC for their foresight in the recognition of this urgently needed product."

The SBBEC is comprised of representatives from the private and public sectors of the South Bay area of Los Angeles County who sought a forum in 1991 to express common concerns for environmental issues and regulations impacting businesses and communities.

Gray Water Recycling Systems, LLC manufacturers gray water purification and disinfection systems for single and multi family homes, resorts, hotels and commercial use. Units capture water from shower, bath and laundry, then purify, disinfect, store and deliver that water to be safely reused for irrigation and other recycled water uses. Visit www.reusegraywater.com to learn more.

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