SUSTAINABILITY

 The N.S. Johnson Company is LEED Accredited and certified by the Greywater Action Network. 

We at the NS Johnson Company believe sustainable solutions such as rainwater catchment and greywater recycling serve as important strategies to reduce maintenance and life-cycle costs  of our clients' homes and businesses.

 

Images below show some typical and exceptional examples of systems, along with examples of some of our own installations.

Glenn Murcutt Design
Murcutt celebrates rainwater harvesting elements, integrating a downspout as a sculptural form in his architectural language.
Rainwater Tank
A galvanized rainwater tank expressed as an architectural element
Rainwater Barrels
A typical, 200-gallon, 4-barrel rainwater catchment system
Laundry-to-Landscape Diagram
A diagram showing the path of greywater from a washing machine out to the landscape.
Laundry-to-Landscape Diagram
A diagram showing the path of greywater from a washing machine out to the landscape.
Fountain Grey-Water Irrigation
(Shown here before applying final layer of mulch.)

This N.S. Johnson greywater system distributes water from water features once that water discolors with algae. The water is pumped to the landscape through pipes embedded in mulch basins and trenches, allowing the water to come into immediate contact with plant roots while preventing unpleasant odors.
Fountain Grey-Water Irrigation
(Shown here while applying final layer of mulch.)

This N.S. Johnson greywater system distributes water from water features once that water discolors with algae. The water is pumped to the landscape through pipes embedded in mulch basins and trenches, allowing the water to come into immediate contact with plant roots while preventing unpleasant odors..
LEED
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
Greywater Action Network
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