Sectors

Our first mission statement in 1984 focused on providing water innovation and environmental stewardship. With that focus and commitment over the last 35 years we have built a reputation as a partner that will find a way to solve any water equation. We have been fortunate to provide our services in numerous industries/sectors. Below is a short list of the countless areas we can support.

Residential/Commercial/
Mixed Use

Residential/
Commercial/
Mixed Use

Mixed use communities have been NSU’s primary client for over 35 years. Your community may be too far from a centralized system, the local cost of water/wastewater services may be high or you may be looking to reduce your water footprint.

Battery Park City | Whispering Pines

Higher Education

Universities and Colleges face unique water challenges with having student housing, classroom buildings, research centers, district energy facilities and so much more within a single location. As large non-potable water users it is beneficial to look at potential reduction in your water/sewer use and associated costs. In addition, improving your water management system provides additional academic program research opportunities and aligns with sustainability standards sought by alumni, the community and leadership.

The New School

Sporting Complex

Stadiums have large water and sewer service needs with a high percentage of non-potable water demands which can be well served by onsite recycling facilities in both sewered and unsewered areas. Golf courses use a large amount of water for irrigation and onsite facilities can reduce costs or provide water security during sustained periods of drought.

Gillette Stadium | MacDonald Island | Hawk Pointe | Hamilton Farm

Microsoft Campus - Natural Systems Utilities Project

Tech Campuses

Microsoft Campus - Natural Systems Utilities Project

Tech campuses are like mixed use communities which may be too far from centralized systems or may be located in areas with high water and sewer charges. Campuses generate large amounts of wastewater which can be treated and reused onsite for nonpotable purposes enhancing environmental stewardship and sustainability initiatives.

Confidential

Food & Beverage

Natural Systems Utilities - Water

Food & Beverage facilities have large water demands along with high wastewater surcharges or are operating with limited access to centralized water infrastructure. NSU works with wineries, breweries, cannabis production and other food and beverage facilities to recycle process water and/or reduce wastewater strength/volume reduce operating expenses and water footprint.

Johanna Farms

Natural Systems Utilities - Water

Bristol Myers Squibb

Bristol Myers Squibb | Natural Systems Utilities

Data Centers

Bristol Myers Squibb

Bristol Myers Squibb | Natural Systems Utilities

Other industrial facilities like Data Centers, Airports & Pharmaceutical utilize large amounts of water for cooling uses and may benefit from utilizing an onsite recycling facility to reduce waste discharges and the amount of potable water being used for cooling purposes.

Hospitals / Health Care Facilities

Hospitals have some of the highest uses of water per square foot due to the large amount of equipment cooling demands and other uses such as laundry which can benefit from onsite water recycling facilities.

Sutter Hospital | Gurwin Jewish Healthcare Facility

Hotel / Resorts

Hotels and Resorts are like mixed use communities which may be too far from centralized systems or may be located in areas with high water and sewer charges. At scale these resorts generate large amounts of wastewater which can be treated and reused onsite for nonpotable purposes.

Lutsen Resort

Municipal / Government

Public Private Partnerships can bring economic development opportunities along with shared costs for infrastructure and maintenance services. NSU currently operates municipal infrastructure and provides design/build services to integrate centralized and decentralized infrastructure increasing sustainability and resiliency initiatives.

Town of Philipsburg