DripCycle Panelist at SSV No Drop Left Behind event at Microsoft.
December 5, 2017
DripCycle Wins 2018 Silicon Valley Water Conservation Award for Innovation
March 1, 2018
Cal State Dominguez Hills Makes Waves with Condensate Capture, Saving 1 Million (+) Gallons of Water Annually
August 29, 2018
Cal State Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) in Partnership with DripCycle (A Silicon Valley Startup), will be saving 1,000,000(+) gallons of water per year with their new condensate recovery plan. Scheduled for Q4, CSUDH will be implementing DripCycle's technology to capture 1 Million + gallons of condensate from campus air handlers to be used in their cooling towers. These savings will allow for a massive reduction in freshwater use resulting in an innovative, sustainable and cost effective way to conserve water.
CSUDH has a long track record of innovation and sustainability, from solar golf carts to sustainable innovation hubs, campus faculty and facilities are committed to creating a better future by leading through example. The system will serve as not only a conservation tool, but also an education experience. Students will be able to understand and learn about the value and process of capturing / reusing condensate.
With California's growing water demand and population CSUDH's is preparing students through education of real world solutions, to evolving environmental problems.
Talk about a Water WIN - WIN!
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