Safe Use of Household Greywater

Here is my post from 2008 on Greywater usage.

Brenda's Sustainable Home

>Here’s another item submitted to Preparedsurvivalistsunite2:

http://www.cahe.nmsu.edu/pubs/_m/m-106.html

Safe Use of Household Greywater

Guide M-106

Revised by Marsha Duttle, Extension Research Assistant

College of Agriculture and Home Economics New Mexico State University

Greywater is water that has been used for washing dishes, laundering clothes, or bathing. Essentially, any water, other than toilet wastes, draining from a household is greywater. Although this used water may contain grease, food particles, hair, and any number of other impurities, it may still be suitable for reuse. Reusing greywater serves two purposes: it reduces the amount of freshwater needed to supply a household, and reduces the amount of waste water entering sewer or septic systems.

The New Mexico Environment Department and the Construction Industries Division govern liquid waste disposal in New Mexico, and issue permits for approved systems. Greywater use is restricted by the Liquid Waste Disposal Regulations (LWDR), but the Environment Department can grant a…

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