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... 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 ...
... may be applied directly from the sink to the garden or container field, as it receives high level treatment from soil and plant roots. Given that greywater may contain nutrients (e.g. from food, fertiliser, ...
... may be considered "dark grey" or blackwater.   In recent years concerns over dwindling reserves of groundwater and overloaded or costly sewage treatment plants has generated much interest in the reuse ...
... bins to reduce matter going to landfills. To reduce the impact on wells or water treatment plants, several options exist. "Greywater", wastewater from sources such as dishwashing or washing machines, can ...
... to a certain temperature for a certain time. In other situations, the finished compost must be sterilized, which requires more aggressive treatment and higher temperatures. Many in the developed world ...
... toilets or for the garden, and Recycling of wastewater through purification at a water treatment plant. Waterless car wash Rainwater harvesting  ...
... an ecosystem should not exceed its natural replacement rate. Energy conservation - Water pumping, delivery, and wastewater treatment facilities consume a significant amount of energy. In some regions ...
... SODIS is recommended by the World Health Organization as a viable method for household water treatment and safe storage. Over two million people in developing countries use SODIS for their daily drinking ...
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