This week’s look at exhibitors for the 2017 Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit includes solutions for clean air, water harvesting and building envelopes.
The Camil Group works to provide customers with sustainable best-in-class air filtration products and services within four main segments: Comfort Air, Clean Processes, Power Systems and Safety & Protection. The Camfil Group, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, has 3,800 employees and 26 production units and R&D centers in four countries in the Americas, Europe, South East Asia and the Asia-Pacific region. With 50 years of experience in air filtration products and solutions, Camfil delivers value to customers all over the world while contributing to something essential to everyone – clean air for health, well-being and performance.
As a leading manufacturer of insulated concrete forms (ICF), Fox Blocks strives to bring the highest building performance to architects, general contractors, distributors, builders and owners through an innovative line of ICF products. Fox Blocks ICF buildings are energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly, sustainable, quiet and comfortable. Its goal is to provide a building envelope that gives superior results when compared to conventional building methods. An envelope that resists harmful mold, dust and allergens, along with powerful wind, storm and fire damage.
Wahaso Water Harvesting Solutions
Wahaso provides complete design/build systems custom-tailored to each building. Rainwater harvesting is the most common system type, and Wahaso specializes in commercial rainwater harvesting systems. Unlike the more simple systems installed for homeowners, its rainwater harvesting systems are designed with the commercial-grade components and sophisticated controls required in commercial buildings for reliability, automated functions and connectivity to BAS systems. In geographies where rainwater is less abundant, greywater (gray water) can be an excellent source for harvesting. Wahaso greywater harvesting systems collect water from showers and sinks and other “gentle” uses that can be safely and effectively treated for many non-potable uses.