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Grey water recycling

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Grey water recycling

  1. 1. Grey Water Recycling Grey water recycling is reused water, coming from your bathroom, sinks, showers, tubs, and washing machines. Grey water is dirty as it contains grease, hair and dirt but it is still safe to use, neither has it come in contact with excreta. http://greywateraction.org/greywater-recycling The advantages of Grey water recycling is that it recharges groundwater instead of decreasing it. It also uses nutrients in the grey water to help plants grow as wells reducing your energy and chemical use, which will benefit you as you then have to pay lower water bills. However, the disadvantages of Grey water recycling is that if something goes wrong and gets used inefficiently, it can spread diseases. It can also start to smell if it is stored more that 24 hours, which means you have to change it regularly. It can also damage your soil from salt build up, which looks like this: Moreover, it can effect the movement of Grew water recycling waste in the sewage because of less water transport. http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/pdf/WW/publications/pipline/PL_WI02.pdf Grey water recycling makes your water more energy sufficient and sustainable as they are really good, they are cheap to maintain and they are long lasting too. The recycled water can transfer into electrical energy, recycled water and bio solids.

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