Graywater research findings at the residential level
As populations continue to grow and water supply sources become more stressed, innovative means for reducing our reliance on municipal water are becoming more prevalent. Graywater reuse is one water conservation practice which has the potential of reducing household water demands by 30% indoors and outdoors, depending upon irrigation demands. In areas where water scarcity is an ongoing challenge, implementation of graywater reuse practices is becoming more widely accepted. However, constituents commonly found in graywater may pose a threat to the environment or human health. The objective ...
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