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We’ve all heard about grey water systems as an eco-friendly use for water that would otherwise go to waste, but many households are reluctant to adopt one because they are unsure what it involves. Read on to find out the basics and benefits of using grey water.
What is grey water?
Grey water is defined as any domestic waste water, including water from washing machines, basins, sinks, baths, and showers.
Grey water does not include sewerage, which is known as ‘black water’. It is estimated that the average Australian household produces around 1500 litres of grey water per week that could be reused.
Where can you use it?
Grey water can be used
Why use grey water?
There are many reasons why people choose to install a grey water system in their home, including
What kinds of systems are there?
There are two main kinds of grey water systems on the market:
If you’re considering making the most of your grey water, talk to the experts at Curran Plumbing to find out which kind of system is best for your home: enquire online or call 1300 045 240 today. Why call us, because we are accredited Enviroplumbers through the Master Plumbers Association of NSW.