WHY USE GREY WATER?
A. Grey water separation and use, could save 25 to 40 percent of drinkable water for consumption. Community-wide grey water use could allow a reduction in the size of water-purification and sewage-treatment facilities. It’s a waste to irrigate with great quantities of drinking water when plants thrive on used water containing small bits of compost. Unlike a lot of ecological stopgap measures, grey water reuse is a part of the fundamental solution to our growing water demands in California. Across the nation, landscape watering and toilet flushing are the major home uses of drinkable water. The most effective uses of grey water are for flushing toilets and watering landscapes. Imagine the water conservation benefits nationwide from using grey water for just these two purposes. Note- *In CA we currently only use grey water to use on landscapes. Q. IS GREY WATER SAFE? A. Yes. There are eight million grey water systems in the US with 22 million users. In 60 years, there has been one billio
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