Case Studies

Presented on this page are a series of real-world uses of RECLAIM’s water/money saving products. These case studies profile companies using our products for water reuse, grey water systems, odor and color removal, and disinfection. Companies choose RECLAIM because our products:

  • Reduce or eliminate fixed costs
  • Appeal to environmentally conscious customers
  • Qualify for LEED certification

Duke Energy CenterDuke Energy Center

Charlotte, North Carolina

The Duke Energy Center is a 764-foot-tall, 52-floor skyscraper that towers above the Charlotte skyline. Find out how RECLAIM’s contributions to this mammoth project helped earn the building its LEED gold certification


Heifer International HeadquartersHeifer International Headquarters

Little Rock, Arkansas

UPDATE  (see the new web connected touchscreen)

The headquarters building of Heifer International is one of Little Rock’s architectural jewels. RECLAIM’s systems have drastically decreased the amount of city water needed to cool the building, saving water and electricity.


Autowash Express

Raleigh, North Carolina

Autowash Express operates two of Raleigh’s biggest car wash locations. Learn how they have cut costs, saved water, and appeal to customers who appreciate green.


Tennessee Valley Authority

Muscle Shoals, Alabama

UPDATE (10th year)

The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Motor Rework Facility rebuilds the generators from TVA hydroelectric plants. Learn how RECLAIM helped the facility remove a giant fixed cost from its accounting books.   Equipment built to last.  Running for over 10 years, see update.


Beringer Vineyards

Napa, California

Beringer Vineyards is the longest continuously operating vineyard in California’s famed Napa Valley. Wineries must contend with high water costs and strict environmental regulations. RECLAIM provided Beringer with a solution–one that other vineyards in the Napa Valley are embracing.


Harley-Davidson

Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

One of Harley-Davidson’s time-tested approaches to quality control is thorough testing. One of those tests involves drenching a motorcycle with water. Water regulations limited Harley’s use of water. Thus, in a bumper month, Harley could test only a limited number of bikes or face a stiff fine. That is, until they found a solution with RECLAIM.