It takes a lot of water to keep Los Angeles County’s chaparral green. Landscape watering accounts for as much as 60 percent of household water use, and a lot of it winds up as runoff. As a result, an Encino company has been trying to help people save water.
Across the United States and throughout the world, the cost of water is increasing at a dramatically accelerated rate. In today’s challenging economic climate, this is no small matter. According to the EPA, more than half of the US will suffer water sustainability issues by 2013. Everyone is looking for ways to save money on their energy and water costs and the resources required to maintain these systems in their businesses and homes.
Encino, CA – May 10, 2012 -- Cyber Rain (http://www.cyber-rain.com/), makers of easy-to-use, web-based intelligent irrigation systems, announced today that it is the very first central irrigation product to earn he U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense certification..
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Encino-based Cyber Rain, the venture backed developer of Internet-connected, smart irrigation controllers, reported yesterday that it has become part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense program.
Los Angeles-based Cyber Rain, the venture backed developer of smart irrigation controllers, has tapped an entrepreneur known for making waterless urinals ubiquitous in the US and around the world, as its new CEO.
Sulphur Springs School District in Santa Clarita, CA is expected to save more than 15 million gallons of water and realize over $32,000 in water savings in the first year alone after deploying Cyber-Rain’s XCI Pro controllers and XCI Cloud central irrigation management system.
Encino-based Cyber Rain, the venture backed maker of a smart, Internet-connected sprinkler control system, has named Ben Jamison as its Chief Revenue Officer.