Water Conservation Technology
Rein Tech, Inc. is new company with a mission of providing innovative products to monitor water use and quality and to enable water conservation. Rein Tech’s products are intended for residential, commercial, institutional and governmental markets. These practical products provide real time and recorded information concerning water use, water quality and water related energy use. Data is efficiently collected and conveniently displayed per owner/operator specifications. Importantly, certain Rein Tech product embodiments include water use control measures. Current manufacturers of residential and commercial faucets, shower and bath systems, and water supply systems have focused on products ranging in quality from basic to luxury. However, the traditional established products lack Rein Tech product capabilities to monitor and display water parameters and to improve water quality and conservation. Additionally, government facilities, institutions and municipalities typically use outdated and ineffective water supply products. While government intervention has attempted to promote water conservation, the field lacks resourceful water devices that complement this effort. In contrast, Rein Tech products provide comprehensive monitoring of water use, water quality and water related energy use, all of which will enable water conservation. Further, Rein Tech technology provides means to accurately control on-site and off-site water usage.
Randy Bowen • over 10 years ago
I think this is a great idea... Save money by saving water... Win, win, win situation...
Julie O'Mara • over 10 years ago
As a teacher, parent and individual I value the idea of this concept. It not only builds awareness, saves natural resources but is economically sound as well for institutions w budgetary limits, house hold budgets and facilities in general. However, most importantly, as we move towards "green" awareness, this concept is conducive to this goal and ultimately to the future.
Ann Butler • over 10 years ago
Efficient, effective, and environmentally sound. These inventions are especially impressive as they enable conservation and protection of a most critical and limited natural resource - water. This patent porfolio is vastly important to address our global fresh water concerns and, thereby, serves to benefit all of humanity.
Debra Krahel • over 10 years ago
This is brilliant! I worry about my house flooding because I travel frequently and no on is in my home. The damage avoided could be substantial. Cool invention and no more run away water bills.
Maril Vernon • over 10 years ago
We need more innovation and effort like this in the world. And not just the idealists who speculate about it, people putting actions to words and getting out there to help not just people but also the environment. We only get ONE planet Earth, forever!
Jeffery Schipper • over 10 years ago
The water conservation technology contained in this portfolio is truly innovative. These ideas address the critical issues of water use, monitoring and protection of property while providing consumers with user friendly technology for that purpose. This definitely gets my vote as a standout invention with immediate commercial viability and benefit to humanity - protecting our precious natural resource.
Lauren Fisk • over 10 years ago
Wish my landlord would get this, it could prevent/solve so many of the water related problems in our building, and save them a ton of time and money on maintenance issues. Very cool!
Lynn Krahel • over 10 years ago
imagine an easy to install component to help people in high risk areas monitor the cleanliness of their household water. All these projects are great. So many things we take for granted and rely on our local municipalities to safeguard. Not every country or town has that luxury. In my life I have watched our "luxury" of cell phones in the US become the lifeline for third world countries. While this may be a preventative measure for avoiding water damage here, in some emerging third world country it may allow people to avoid compromising their health by knowing if their water is safe to drink. The conservation aspect is just a no-brainer. Kudo's for a great invention. So simple, why wasn't this invented 50 years ago? Simplicity is the key to mega changes and this will be a big one.
Roe Vernon • over 10 years ago
I think this idea has practical application for the immediate needs of water usage and conservation.
Shirlee Frey • over 10 years ago
When can I buy this? I manage 100+ houses and when the house is vacant this device would be useful. It would also help monitor days we aren't suppose to water our lawns. When the landlord pays for water the monitoring would be nice to have. This will be one of those things we will all wonder how we lived without
Elizabeth Grant • about 10 years ago
Brilliant concept for humanity.
Katherine Lind • about 10 years ago
These inventions are fantastic. They are extremely efficient and effective. Most people, like myself, worry about flooding in their house when they are not home or how much water is being used. Today, we need to save our natural resources, instead of using them, especially water. Water is a basic necessity that people use for everything: to clean laundry, wash dishes, take showers, and much more. By monitoring how much water we use, these ideas will prevent our waste and continue to improve our environment.
James Svedeman • about 10 years ago
This is exactly the kind of forward thinking invention we need to help conserve water and mitigate against the inevitable crisis the world faces for necessary clean water sources. They say the next next wars will be fought over water. We need to do everything we can to help prevent this and give us all a fighting chance. If water use goes unchecked we will faces this crisis even sooner. Some parts of the earth are already facing the crisis of insufficient water resources to support growing populations and areas affected by climate change. Lack of sufficient clean water leads to humanitarian disasters of famine and disease.
Shiva Atabaki • about 10 years ago
Water is one of the most valuable resources known to mankind and also one we often take for granted. We use water everyday in our homes for showers, laundry, and maintaining our lawns. For me personally, I feel as if I have a never ending supply of it, but that is simply just not true. That is why with technologies such as this, not only can we understand the value of water, but at the same time do something good for our planet. Saving water also goes hand in hand with saving energy. The pumping and treating of water also costs us energy, which in this case can be reduced by cutting down water use. With this technology, it's a win win situation and I see nothing but great things coming out of it!
Mark Omara • about 10 years ago
This is a great concept. Not only will it provide a "greener" planet for us, but it will also help save money on water bills. The real time information will help you cut down by seeing how much you use, so you are able to adjust how much you use prior to finding out how much was used when the bill comes at the end of the month.
AL Mazzone • about 10 years ago
The resourceful technology developed by Rein Tech Inc. will certainly have a positive impact nationally as well as globally on one of our most valuable natural resource; water. With the use of Rein Tech Inc.’s water conservation technology products homeowners, businesses, municipalities and many institutions will have the ability to monitor their water usage, quality and leak detection and achieve better management of water resources and lower associated costs. The socio-economic implications of a severe global water shortage are huge and are closer than ever to becoming a reality. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) predicts that by the year 2050 around 60 percent of the world's population will experience severe water shortages, with 33 percent thought to be already under water stress. Managing the supply and availability of water is one of the most critical natural resource issues facing the United States and the world. The United States as a whole uses more than 148 trillion gallons of water for all purposes, including agriculture, manufacturing and other uses and at least 36 states are anticipating local, regional or statewide water shortages by 2013.
Rein Tech Inc.’s vision of wise water governance and conservation using innovative technologies that provide real time and recorded information will help improve water efficiency, lower variable costs and reduce the burden on associated water and wastewater utility infrastructures ensuring a more sustainable water supply for the future.
Mary P • about 10 years ago
The technology outlined here really gives a double whammy. It serves humanity by helping to make conserving water easy--even when one is taking a shower. It also helps humanity by helping to ensure that shower water is clean. The technology described here could help billions of people.