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GREYWATER

Greywater At a domestic scale many householders currently re-use their greywater for garden watering. What is Greywater? Water that is discharged from household appliances and water using fixtures such as: showers/baths washing machines & washing sinks kitchen sinks & dishwashers (If used for disposal of fats and proteins, then not recommended) It excludes water discharged from toilets, bidets and urinals (black water) . What are the risks in using Greywater? Greywater contains large numbers of bacteria that may include disease causing organisms. It also contains a number of pollutants including […]

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To hand wash or not to hand wash?

Water Rhapsody Atlantic: To hand wash or not to hand wash? When it comes to saving water, it seems some people firmly believe that the dishwasher is one of those things that need to be sacrificed. Too much water and energy is the argument. A new study firmly refutes this idea and revisits the debate on dishwashers. According to the study, London alone could save as much as 16 billion liters of fresh water a year if every household used a dishwasher instead of washing by hand, and as the […]

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