Imagine, Mom Dad and the two kids getting up for work and school.  Everyone wants a shower between 6 & 7 in the morning.  A typical hot water heater can provide approx. 45 min of continuous use.  We can take that hot water heater from 45 min to 1hr 15 to 1 hr 30 while cutting cost.
Look across your city – every morning while you are in your shower there are tens of thousands of gallons of water being heated.  There is a tremendous volume of energy being dumped down the drain.  This energy can be cut in half – cut in half by placing a copper pipe into your drain and the drains of the city.  The Watercycle uses no energy, has no moving parts and will outlast the life of your home.  The energy saved in our home is significant; the energy saved by your entire city is staggering.   

Contact your local plumber and demand a Watercycles Drain Water Heat Exchanger for your home.



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Enviromentally Friendly

 The watercycle reduces Green House Gases (GHG) without compromising lifestyle.

 The watercycle is 100% recyclable.

Drain Water Heat Recovery is Nationally Recognized

Drain Water Heat Recovery is recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy and Natural Resources Canada as an efficient way to save energy with an average payback period of 2-7 years.

Watercycles™ Warranty

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Code Compliance

DWHR double-walled heat exchangers meet the Uniform Plumbing Code, Section 603.3.4; 1995 CABO (Council of American Building Officials) One and Two Family Dwelling Code, Section 3402.3.1; 1998 ICC (International Code Council) One and Two Family Dwelling Code, Section 3402.4.2.1; and the 2000 and 2003 ICC International Residential Code, Section P2902.4.2 - Heat Exchangers.

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