Friday, October 23, 2009

Major Corporations and WCTI

Boeing Company All rights reserved.

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From 2002 through 2008, Boeing reduced its water consumption by 4.2 billion gallons – a huge splash in savings. The push to find new ways to use less water is part of a Shared Services Water Conservation initiative and is driven in part by technology that is being utilized in everything from company restrooms and lawn irrigation to huge water cooling towers at Boeing buildings.

Waterside Asset Management:

From our perspective, we are excited to be a part of the overall reduction in the Total Cost of Operation for our customers. The use of our natural sustainable green chemistry is beginning to make a difference in large industrial customers as well as smaller institutional clients. We are seeing an additional benefit going forward as municipal purveyors are encouraging their customers to use more and more "reclaim" water for their facilities. WCTI Technology welcomes the use of this waste stream. Unlike chemical treatment programs, we do not need expensive post or pretreatment procedures since we are addressing the tower discharge up front by not having the need to bleed - taking the tower discharge to the environment from 20-40% down to less than 2%. Major companies such as Honda and others are successfully using "reclaim" water for their facilities cooling towers along with other uses of water source for irrigation etc..! Learn more.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Lowering Carbon & Water Footprint - Together!

Waterside Asset Management's "Sio2tech" approach to cooling tower treatment presents itself as the only technology that can give you both a Low Carbon footprint and reduce your Water Footprint as much as 40%.
Give this a try by entering your data on Sio2tech.com. We have successfully brought to the table a savings at one major facility of over $120,000 in water savings - not counting chemical savings!. Ask us for the details.
With the world looking for answers relative to fresh water use in industrial and commercial systems, we have successfully used our Sustainable Natural Green Chemistry to give customers low corrosion rates, biostatic control and no scale. We have testimonials, references and solid examples of a technology that since it's inception in 2004, we have not lost one single application.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Eager Beavers grabing LEED points??

It has come to our attention that claims for LEED points are indeed special however and unfortunately they are falsely claimed by some NCD's.
With our SiO2Tech approach we wanted to be 100% sure that what we offer is correct and without question relative to LEED points.
There is one particular NCD that is claiming 7 points WOW! if only true. Doing our homework we engaged a reputable Engineering firm with a number of LEED AP engineers that helped put together this table.


Thanks go to Rushing Engineering for their professional assistance in this matter.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

WCTI Resources on SiO2 Based Technology

WCTI has the ability to reduce water consumption as well as preventing harmful discharges to the environment. Questions often come up as to how the technology works etc... And we wanted to make it easier to understand this Sustainable Natural Green Chemistry.
About 50% of US fresh water consumption is used to cool commercial and industrial process equipment. Cooling towers evaporate pure water to the atmosphere, but natural minerals in the water are concentrated and typically require 20-40% tower discharge to avoid energy consuming scale or corrosion problems. Our Natural Green Chemistry permits tower operation with zero discharge, reducing water wastage by 95% and to less than 2% of makeup. Click on www.sio2tech.com/Resources.htm and start discovering what we are all about.

Sunday, January 04, 2009

Sio2Tech Video Presentation


Waterside Asset Management announces its new video presentation of the Silica Based Technology from WCTI. All the material is ready for view at http://www.sio2tech.com