23 Feb '12, 3pm

Zero-energy townhomes make up the first WaterSense-certified multifamily community in the U.S.:

The newly completed 10-unit zHome community, the first multifamily development in the country to earn the WaterSense for New Homes label, goes beyond the 20% water use reduction guidelines of the federal program. Through a variety of water-efficient technologies—including individual rainwater harvesting systems and water-use monitors—project planners are aiming for a net reduction of 70% in potable water use compared with a typical home in the area.

Full article: http://www.ecohomemagazine.com/news/2012/02-february/mult...

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