GREY WATER REUSE
WATERfirst Offers Two Solutions for the Reuse of this Valuable Resource
Did You Know?
The average family of four uses 400 litres of water per day, or an average of 12,000 litres a month.
Most of this is classified as grey water and can be reused.
WATERfirst has two smart solutions for the reuse of your grey water:
Choose Your Best Option
The first step in installing a grey water harvesting system is to divert all water that is not related to sewage into a sump tank. At this point you have two options:
HOW IT WORKS
Once the sump tank is full a pump will automatically switch on and disperse the grey water to wherever you have placed your garden sprinkler. This water is not treated and is only suitable for immediate release into your garden.
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HOW IT WORKS
WATERfirsts Treatment Plant is a complex system that will clean the water biologically, which will enable you to use it in different ways.
From the sump tank the water feeds into bio reactors, where the biological treatment process that relies on “good” bacteria to clean the water happens. Once treated, this water will not smell “bad” like untreated grey water. From here it goes into a storage tank, where it is ready for reuse in many different ways as listed above.
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