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... toilets with dual flush systems. Large water savings can be made with this simple conversion. Install high star rating urinals, waterless urinals or sensor flush control urinals. Install low flow aerating ...
... but still worth the investment; Replace any older style single flush toilets with a dual flush cistern. In many places kits can be purchased to convert the older style single flush toilets into dual flush. ...
... from showers and bathtubs can be used for flushing toilets in most European and Australian jurisdictions, and in US jurisdictrions adopting the International Plumbing Code. A commercial example would be ...
... greywater of this kind is never clean enough to drink, but a number of stages of filtration and microbial digestion can be used to provide water for washing or flushing toilets; relatively clean greywater ...
... comprises wastewater generated from all of the house's sanitation equipment exept for the toilets (water from toilets being blackwater). Greywater is distinct from blackwater in the amount and composition ...
... be used for subsurface irrigation, or if treated, for non-potable purposes, e.g., to flush toilets and wash cars. Rainwater collectors are used for similar purposes. Centralized wastewater treatment systems ...
... do this over time, working through various stages of oxidation and sometimes localized pockets of anaerobic breakdown. Self-contained composting toilets complete the composting "in-situ,", while "central ...
Water-saving technology for the home includes: Low-flow shower heads (sometimes called energy-efficient shower heads as they also use less energy, due to less water being heated). Low-flush toilets, composting ...
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