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Water

Resource Conservation

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Our innovative technologies reduce water consumption by 75%.

For a blue planet, freshwater on Earth is surprisingly rare: just 0.5% is considered accessible—a limited supply that we share with all life on land.

Under increasing stress from overuse, contamination, and overpopulation, we need to conserve water to prevent water scarcity.

By recovering wastewater and harvesting rainwater, Farmy significantly reduces water consumption, and makes better use of existing resources.

Many wastewater treatment systems fail to remove pollutants which end up filtering into lakes, rivers, and watersheds.

To ensure no pollutants make their way back into the environment, Farmy restores the water quality using a system of catchment, natural filters, and treatments to remove any toxins.

Fresh water is a limited commodity. Since it is imposible to increase supply, demand and waste must be reduced.
– UNESCO

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Abundance by Design

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Wastewater
Recovery

We recover our wastewater by collecting, purifying, and recycling it as a source of subsurface irrigation and perennial landscaping. Household greywater and blackwater is purified through through a system that mimics nature’s wetlands.

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Rainwater
Harvesting

Rainwater is harvested through earthworks, rooftop catchment areas, and natural topographic collection points. Once collected, rainwater is filtered to make it potable and then stored in large cisterns.

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Reused
for Irrigation

Pulling from large cisterns of recycled water, a system of earthworks irrigates the land with minimal runoff. Inside our greenhouses, aquaponics and smart-drip distribution systems allow for exacting water use.

Water Reuse

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projects

Farmy: Zero

Coming Spring 2022

Creating the most sustainable and energy-efficient housing communities in the history of California.