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LeapFrog Design is pioneering sustainable onsite water reuse as a solution against drought and water scarcity. In order to deepen our understanding of the water reuse market in the United States, we spent the last few months interviewing over 130 (and counting) industry leaders, policy experts, and potential customers.

Our conversations and insights point to exciting possibilities for sustainable onsite water reuse in the United States and around the world. By sharing what we heard, we hope to spark further conversation and support for non-potable water reuse advancements in the United States.

This article is part of a series. You…


Photo by Chris Tingom on Unsplash

LeapFrog Design is pioneering sustainable onsite water reuse as a solution against drought and water scarcity. In order to deepen our understanding of the water reuse market in the United States, we spent the last few months interviewing over 130 (and counting) industry leaders, policy experts, and potential customers.

Our conversations and insights point to exciting possibilities for sustainable onsite water reuse in the United States and around the world. By sharing what we heard, we hope to spark further conversation and support for non-potable water reuse advancements in the United States.

This article is part of a series. You…


Photo by Dan Gold on Unsplash

LeapFrog Design is pioneering sustainable onsite water reuse as a solution against drought and water scarcity. In order to deepen our understanding of the water reuse market in the United States, we spent the last few months interviewing over 130 (and counting) industry leaders, policy experts, and potential customers.

We asked questions like: How is the water industry addressing drought and water scarcity? How are homeowners and the housing industry responding to rising fees and water restrictions? What are local and state governments doing to encourage conservation and reuse? …

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