Max Flow filtration system will part of Rebuilding Together's veteran's home donation
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The NextGen Home that will be donated to a disabled veteran and family will feature Max Flow filtration system from Environmental Water Systems to provide filtered water for the home.
EWS, Inc. and Environmental Water Systems has partnered with Rebuilding Together on the NextGen home that will be donated to a disabled veteran in need.
The donation of this NextGen modular home is part of the mission of Rebuilding Together Valley of the Sun to provide a brand new home for a veteran. The media is invited for the grand opening ceremonies and to tour the homes’ state of the art features, Tuesday, July 26th. Full coverage can be found on NGHTV.
“It is our honor to be asked and to donate product for such a good cause. The ongoing use of the EWS Max Flow for the filtered water at the sink will save this deserving family money over the purchase of bottled water and will make the home environment a little healthier," Howard Esbin, CEO, EWS, Inc.
Handcrafted in California, EWS whole home water filtration systems use the most advanced, reliable technology to remove and reduce thousands of chemicals found in American tap water. The Max Flow drinking water filtration system is a one-of-a- kind filter that can be installed in 10 minutes directly to any faucet and provide clean, healthy, delicious water.
EWS’ full range of products from sink filtration to whole home appliances are available in over 600 kitchen and bath showrooms and building and plumbing supply houses throughout the USA.
My years as a builder have allowed me to see my fair share of product, and for me there is no better water filtration product, information and support. My EWS system has been a benefit to both my family and my home," said Nat Hodgson, CEO, Southern Nevada Home Builders Association.
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Companies: Environmental Water Systems