Posted by admin on January 21, 2009
Grey water is a common name to the water you can recycle easily at home.
But how can you treat grey water ? what are the Gray water and where are they coming from? How can I use the grey water with no fear and save as much water as possible?
Using Grey water can be done with special grey water systems or privately at home. The Grey water all all the water we are using except the toilet water. Water from the shower, kitchen sink water, dish washing water and used water from the clothes washing machine are all recyclable and re usable. The need to re use grey water comes from the need to save water. By using grey water for additional uses, you reduce the fresh water consumption, reduce the need for big water plants and pipes to treat more water publicly, reduce the wasted water and save both water and money.
An Example for simple and cheap system, for Toilet Gray water
Each can build his own grey water system or to purchase ready to install system. The idea is same, collecting used water and reuse them for additional needs. You can easily collect the sink water and use it for the plants, collect the washing machine water and re use it to wash the car.
Think about grey water systems for your own home and recycle any fresh water in use.
Save both water and money.