WATER REUSE IS QUICKLY BECOMING A LEADING METHOD FOR ADDRESSING THE GLOBAL WATER CRISIS.
At 2/3 the cost of desalination, water recycling is not only good for the world, it’s good for business. With wastewater recycling regulations rapidly expanding in developed markets, businesses will no longer be able to avoid this critical issue.
We are designing, engineering, and fabricating the industry’s most cost-effective, scalable, and deployable on-site wastewater recycling and freshwater treatment systems. By leading the Blue-Tech Revolution, we’re working to make water reclamation easy and affordable for businesses and people the world over.
THE KANSO DIFFERENCE
WE MAKE IT EASY
While regulators will force most businesses in the near future to adopt systems like ours, we’re building solutions that make it easy to say YES!
With a wide range of biological treatment products, low acquisition cost and financing options, Kanso systems are easy to afford, easy to ship, easy to deploy, and easy to maintain.
BUILT FOR SCALE
Unlike most of our well-meaning competitors, we’re thinking big. We’re building our company and technologies for maximum impact.
Our products are modular in design and in construction, so they’re simple to scale. Ideal for small and large installations, and designed for flat-pack shipping to anywhere in the world. Designed and built in California.
We’re design-minded in every single aspect of our business, and we pursue simplicity, reliability, and replicability just as much as we do the aesthetics of our solutions. We are honored to grace world-class properties with our systems, and we honor the pride our customers have in their properties.
New Urban | Urban Retrofit | Hospitals | Corp Campus | Schools
Hospitality and Resorts
Eco Resorts | Hotels | Golf Courses | Conference Centers
Affordable Housing | Assisted Care | RV Parks
Wineries | Breweries | Other Beverage
Food Processing | Cannabis | Car Washes
Rainwater Harvesting and Reuse
38 Dolores Street, San Francisco, California
An 8-story, 30,000 sf, mixed-use, multi-family development in the City of San Francisco – includes a Whole Foods Market and 81 luxury rental condominiums in San Francisco with a LEED Gold Certification. and includes an onsite rainwater harvesting and reuse system. Kanso was retained by the property developer and owner, Kanso is in the process of upgrading the non-potable rainwater harvesting and reuse system.
Blackwater Treatment and Reuse
Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California
Kanso designed, installed and operates three onsite black water treatment systems at this world-renowned five-star resort. The three systems are multi-stage biological treatment systems that contain anaerobic baffled reactors, two-stage high-rate trickling filters and disk filtration components and handle 20,000, 4,500, and 2,500 gallons per day, respectively. Treated effluent is either reused via subsurface drip irrigation around the resort property or discharged to a subsurface disposal system to recharge the local groundwater aquifer
Blackwater Treatment and Reuse
Page Springs Cellars Winery, Cornville, Arizona
Kanso designed and installed this combined process water and blackwater treatment and reuse system. It is multi-stage biological treatment system that consist of an anaerobic baffled reactor, two-stage high-rate tricking filters, a two-stage FloraFilter™ (constructed wetland ponds), disk filters and UV disinfection components. Treated wastewater is reused for landscape irrigation around the winery property.