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Gray and Green: Maximizing Use of Graywater

Reusing the water you used to wash and bathe just makes good sense.



On the receiving end of the flow is your yard: trees, shrubs, flowers, and ornamentals.
In this residential graywater system, water is diverted from points of household use. The lines converge at a filtered and vented surge tank, and there the water can be delivered via an underground irrigation system. Depending on the size and nature of the landscape area, a pump might be needed to assist in irrigation.
Photo Courtesy Home Energy
On the receiving end of the flow is your yard: trees, shrubs, flowers, and ornamentals.











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