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... to capture and then reuse the rain that falls on your property. Rainwater is the ideal water for your garden (no added chemicals)  ...
... the problems of filters or chemical treatment. US Jurisdictions adopting the Uniform Plumbing Code may not use greywater indoors. Extreme living conditions Greywater use promotes the ability to build in ...
... flushing). It may also be used in dwellings when the ''greywater'' (e.g. from rainwater) is already fairly clean to begin with and/or has not been polluted with non-degradable chemicals such as soaps (thus ...
... of its chemical and biological contaminants (from feces or toxic chemicals). Greywater gets its name from its cloudy appearance and from its status as being neither fresh (white water from groundwater ...
...  Environmental issues Environmental science is the study of interactions among physical, chemical, and biological components of the environment. Environmental Science provides an integrated, quantitative, ...
Solar radiation stimulated chemical processes use solar energy to drive chemical reactions. They offset energy that would otherwise require an alternate source and can convert solar energy into a storable ...
... 4.5–6%. The earliest significant application of solar cells was as a back-up power source to the Vanguard I satellite, which allowed it to continue transmitting for over a year after its chemical battery ...
... concentrate sunlight for cooking, drying and pasteurization. More sophisticated technologies concentrate sunlight for high-temperature material testing, metal smelting and industrial chemical production. ...
... particularly of land and water, by the addition of heavy metals and other toxic chemicals from batteries. Household batteries can be recycled in Britain at Dixons, Currys, The Link & PC World (all part ...
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