Atlanta-based SouthEast LINK, Inc, announced their alliance with Ecotech Water, Inc. As the manufacturer’s sole Georgia distributor, SouthEast LINK is presenting Ecotech’s waterless and low flow plumbing products to clients in both the public and private sectors for new construction and existing buildings.

Addressing concerns over Georgia’s water shortages, Ecotech’s low flow faucet aerators, shower heads, waterless urinals, and 0.8 gallon per flush commercial toilets are rapidly gaining appeal. In addition to conserving water, the latest innovations save money. By totally eliminating water and sewer charges, such alternatives dramatically reduce operating costs. In fact, the money saved from budgeted expenditures is one means of funding the cost of plumbing conversions. Ecotech CEOTerry Janssen adds that some facilities which have retrofitted with all of Ecotech’s products and systems have been able to shut off the city water supply completely. “We are pleased to have SouthEast LINK helping us shed light on the fact that water conservation is now attractive from an operating cost standpoint alone,” says Janssen.

SouthEast LINK’s green cleaning sales initiative includes consulting with customers in order to offer sustainable options that save time and money.  “Ecotech’s products and solutions are a natural fit for our business,” says SouthEast LINK President, Phillip Consolino. “Our customers are seeking proactive solutions that will serve them now and in years to come. By partnering with Ecotech, we can deliver a complete water usage analysis as well as offer practicable ways to implement—even  fund—a water conservation plan that reduces overhead costs.“