Development of a cost effective and energy efficient treatment system for graywater reuse for toilet flushing at the multi-residential scale
A growing population increases water demand in many metropolitan areas resulting in the need for projects, like graywater reuse, that free up water supply or decrease water consumption. Plumbing for graywater collection from showers and bathroom sinks has been separated from blackwater collection in 14, two-person units at a residence hall at Colorado State University. Treatment technologies were evaluated for the ability to provide safe and cost effective onsite reuse of graywater for toilet flushing. The goal is to develop a system with low use of energy and consumables capable of treating ...
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