Wilson Environmental Contracting

Greywater

WilsonEnv: Bringing Nature and People Together

WilsonEnv: Bringing Nature and People Together
By Daniel Wilson in Greywater, Rainwater, Residential Landscaping

Daniel Wilson doesn’t just want to make your backyard beautiful, he wants to turn it into a sustainable landscape.

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WilsonEnv Honored with Two CLCA State Trophy Awards

WilsonEnv Honored with Two CLCA State Trophy Awards
By Daniel Wilson in Greywater, Awards & Recognition, Home Food Forest, Porous Paving, Rainwater, Residential Landscaping, Sustainable Irrigation

WELDesign is honored to have just been awarded two (2) prestigious awards November 2011 from the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA).
1. Xeriscape Achievement Award
2. Best of Show - Bob Baier Award

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WilsonEnv Offering Rain/Greywater Classes in Long Beach

WilsonEnv Offering Rain/Greywater Classes in Long Beach
By Daniel Wilson in Greywater, Events, Helpful Tips, Rainwater

Upcoming seminars, Oct.12th in Long Beach: Rainwater and Greywater
1. CA-Legal Greywater (9:30 - 11:00 AM)
2. Rainwater Harvesting Overview (12:00 - 2:00 PM)

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'Green Visionaries' Approve New Graywater Standard

'Green Visionaries' Approve New Graywater Standard
By Daniel Wilson in Greywater

Dawn of a new era: "On August 4th, 2009, California can legally install simple laundry and single fixture systems without a permit..."

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Green is Good

Green is Good
By Daniel Wilson in Greywater, Firescaping, Porous Paving, Residential Landscaping, Sustainable Irrigation

"My mission was to design and build a residential landscape that's not only beautiful, but completely functional from an environmentally sensitive perspective." - Daniel, owner of Wilson Environmental Contracting (WEC).

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In Historic Move, CBSC 'Green Visionaries' Approve New Graywater Standard

In Historic Move, CBSC 'Green Visionaries' Approve New Graywater Standard
By Daniel Wilson in Greywater

Dawn of a new era: "On August 4th, 2009, California can legally install simple laundry and single fixture systems without a permit. For the first time, licensed professionals can legally help with the 1.7 million existing graywater systems in the state."

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