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Christy’s Expands Reclaimed Water Marking Products Line
Christy’s reclaimed water marking products reduce potential liability for the designer, contractor and owner by clearly identifying the individual components and the overall system as using reclaimed water and advising “Do Not Drink”.
“The use of reclaimed water for irrigation is an important trend that accelerates in growth each time we experience drought.” said Jon Christy, company President. “Our research shows a surge in demand for our reclaimed water marking products to properly label the new infrastructure that is being built out over the next 10 years.”
Christy’s wide offering of reclaimed water marking products allows the designer and contractor to mark all exposed system components including valves, controllers, quick couplers and sprinkler risers. In addition, marking tapes and pipeline posts can be used to designate buried water lines.
Christy’s reclaimed water area signage can be installed on stakes in the landscaped area or mounted to fences or structures. These signs advise the passer-by that reclaimed water is in use, providing both a warning against drinking the water and a message that the property owner has adopted an eco-friendly irrigation practice.
An informative new guide “How to Specify Reclaimed Water Signage” has been posted in the downloads section of Christy’s website. It outlines the options available and the company’s capabilities to produce project-specific customized signage.
About T. Christy Enterprises
For over 35 years, family-owned T. Christy Enterprises has been a leader in solvent cements, primers and sealants for plastic piping systems, serving the irrigation, plumbing, waterworks and pool/spa markets.
Christy’s also offers tools, job site essentials and geotextiles for the landscape and irrigation professional, as well as an extensive range of specialty products for the waterworks market. The company’s principal manufacturing plant is in Nashville, Tennessee. Christy’
More information on Christy’s can be found at www.TChristy.com