We help ensure clean, sustainable water sources in homes and large apartment complexes.
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Where others might tell you no, the team at Natural Systems Utilities finds a way to make it happen. Being the industry originator of water reuse systems, NSU has the reputation and deep-rooted relationships to guide projects from concept to completion. We strive to provide 360-degree services by offering design, build, operations, maintenance, finance and ownership solutions.
Leading onsite water treatment and reuse solutions
Natural Systems Utilities (NSU) creates value where others see waste. Since 1984, we have been an industry leader in water reuse projects and sustainable innovation. We currently manage 250+ onsite water reuse systems along with 150+ innovative/alternative Title V facilities across North America.
Our award-winning approach features fully integrated and cost-effective solutions for water supply, wastewater treatment, and water reuse. NSU’s reputation is built on best-in-class execution and focuses on long-term shared-value partnerships with the people and communities we serve.
Water Reclamation Systems for Any Sector
Achieving global sustainability is a collaborative effort. At Natural Systems Utilities, we partner with businesses across various industries to lend our expertise, share costs and develop functional, sustainable water systems.
Our systems address water needs in classrooms, cafeterias and dormitories to encourage sustainability in academic institutions.
NSU provides water treatment and supply services for some of the nation’s largest sporting complexes and arenas.
Many tech campuses are far from centralized water systems and need sustainable on-site solutions.
We develop and implement systems that meet non-potable water needs for restaurants, breweries, cannabis production facilities and more.
Hospitals and other health care centers require high volumes of water for patient treatment and facility sanitization. NSU develops large-scale solutions for medical practices.
Hotels and resorts can benefit from decentralized water systems on their grounds. NSU helps reduce water and sewer charges.
Our water treatment systems enable sustainable IT cooling methods in data centers, airports and other tech-driven facilities.
Our teams work to design and build sustainable water systems in municipal buildings.
Contact Natural Systems Utilities
The team at Natural Systems Utilities is here to help your organization achieve net-zero water through our creative, sustainable water solutions. We’ll work closely with your team to design, construct, operate or maintain an effective water recycling system. Our experts are here to assist in every step of the process, so get in touch with NSU to begin the conversation.
On-Site NSU Water Reclamation Services
Consider the amount of water used in a single home or in the office for tasks like washing clothes or dishes, cleaning appliances, rinsing your hands and more. Multiplying that to a large-scale industrial level helps to understand how water reuse services can help your facility or community.
Water treatment systems from NSU help commercial and mixed-use property owners save money and conserve water. Many of our water recycling systems enable owners to reuse 100% of the water they treat.
A Motivated Team at Your Disposal
The expert team members at Natural Systems Utilities drive our organization toward the goal of creating environmentally-friendly water systems for businesses in every sector. When you work with us, our team becomes your team, too. From the moment you meet our water treatment experts, you’ll experience the NSU commitment to sustainability and customer satisfaction. We’ll tailor a residential or commercial water recycling system that meets your unique goals.
“We seek to reimagine water by providing innovative solutions that safeguard the world’s water resources.”
“A world where recycled water is used to flush away its waste, run its machines or irrigate its crops. Where all water is sourced locally and where all wastewater is reused directly or returned to the environment from which it came.”