Graywater reuse guidance and demonstration using a constructed wetland treatment system
Communities throughout the United States and abroad are developing interest in innovative approaches to sustaining their freshwater resources. One method, graywater reuse for non-potable demands, is gaining popularity because it allows the reuse of minimally contaminated wash water generated at the home/office for non-potable demands, which then reduces the demand for treated water and preserves source waters. Graywater is defined as any wastewater generated at the home or office excluding water from the toilets, kitchen sinks, and dishwasher, but includes wastewater from the laundry, shower, ...
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