Recycling Water

  Water is an extremely precious resource and will only become more so with population increase and climate change effecting the water cycle. There are many ways that you can play your part to lessen the pressure on the water supply by reducing water consumption and reusing water as much as possible.     Grey water Grey water is a term given to household and commercial wastewater which comes from showers, baths, basins and washing machines. The average person in Australia produces around 84 L of grey water a day, which is nearly 2/3 of their total wastewater ( Your Home, Wastewater reuse ). Grey water can be repurposed for irrigation or flushing the toilet.   There are many ways you can collect and reuse your wastewater to improve sustainability. There are numerous methods and systems you can use to recycle greywater. You can install a simple diversion device which is basically some flexible hosing going from the water source straight into the garden. This will obviously be e

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