Graywater reuse

Graywater reuse

A strategy for reducing wastewater outputs from a building by diverting the graywater into productive uses such as subsurface irrigation or onsite treatment and use for nonpotable functions such as toilet flushing.
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There is also information on water conservation in the home, irrigation practices, graywater reuse, rainwater harvesting, sustainable wastewater systems, and active solar systems.
The book studies and demonstrates the importance of the connection between water, energy use, urban development and climate change, and presents best practices for achieving "net zero" water use in the built environment including: water conservation strategies for buildings, factories, cities and homes; rainwater harvesting; graywater reuse and water reclamation systems; water efficiency retrofits; onsite sewage treatment and new water reuse and supply technologies.
much greater than] The first multifamily graywater reuse system in the state and first PLDs (porous landscape detention).
States in the Southwest have attempted to regulate graywater reuse in the absence of definitive environmental safety data.
The first term has been so co-opted and abused that it's practically stripped of meaning; even huge luxury hotels and cruise ships tout money-saving tactics like graywater reuse and energy-saving laundry practices as evidence of their commitment to ecotourism.
One of the few states to actively encourage residential graywater reuse, Arizona offers guidance to homeowners interested in using graywater.
NAHB Research Center staff members are evaluating the rainwater collection and graywater reuse systems.