Investments in water conservation and sustainable practices are sound investments in the future.
Today’s investments in water conservation, improvements in efficiency and reuse technologies will provide a competitive advantage in the future. This will ensure that agriculture and related processing activities continue to play an important role in California’s wine community while protecting our ecosystems for current and future generations.
The struggle between true sustainability--in simplest terms, the ability of an ecosystem to renew itself--and the economics of business is a challenge for most wineries. Those wineries that embrace the former and integrate sustainable practices into their businesses will be standing strong as regulations and natural resources continue to impact business activities.
Heritage Systems has developed products and services founded on verifiable technical principals and best environmental practices. Our process water products and services reduce the carbon footprint, minimize impacts on our water resources, save energy and reduce waste.
To us, sustainability is not a trend--it’s a culture that we embrace. Join us.
By 2025, at least 3.5 billion people--about half the world’s populations--will live in areas without enough water for agriculture, industry, and human needs…. Worldwide, water quality conditions appear to have degraded in almost all regions with intensive agriculture and in large urban areas.World Resources Institute, October 2000