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What is Grey Water

Greywater (also spelled graywater, grey water, gray water) or sullage is all wastewater generated in households or office buildings from streams without fecal contamination, i.e. all streams except for the wastewater from toilets. Sources of greywater include, e.g. sinksshowersbathsclothes washing machines or dish washers. As greywater contains fewer pathogens than domestic wastewater, it is generally safer to handle and easier to treat and reuse onsite for toilet flushing, landscape or crop irrigation, and other non-potable uses. The use of non-toxic and low-sodium soap and personal care products is recommended to protect vegetation when reusing greywater for irrigation purposes.

The application of greywater reuse in urban water systems provides substantial benefits for both the water supply subsystem by reducing the demand for fresh clean water as well as the wastewater subsystems by reducing the amount of wastewater required to be conveyed and treated.

Greywater, by definition, does not include the discharge of toilets or highly fecally contaminated wastewater, which is designated sewage or blackwater to indicate it contains human waste. The small traces of feces that enter the greywater stream via effluent from the shower, sink, or washing machine do not pose practical hazards under normal conditions, as long as the greywater is used correctly (for example, percolated from a dry well or used correctly in farming irrigation).                                                   Source: Wikipedia                                 




Grey and Rain Water Storage

  • Tanks availabe in different sizes: 
    260 L - 15,000 L
  • Different colours
  • Avoid penalties on water restrictions
  • A well-watered, healthy garden
  • Reducing the amount of wastewater discharged into the environment
  • Effective nutrients for plant life
  • Reducing potable water demand
  • Cost effective, up to 80% of waste 
    re-used
  • Reduces household water bills
  • Reduce fresh water usage
  • Ground water recharge
  • Less strain on septic tank