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Recycle greywater for your garden

In a world where water scarcity is an ever increasing problem, we should all try to conserve water by installing rain water tanks and recycling grey water. Just remember that gray water should not be stored in water tanks for longer than 24 hours as this would allow potentially harmful micro-organisms to multiply. Greywater recycling […]

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Video: DIY Grey Water Recycling System

This video shows how laundry water can be re-routed to toilet cisterns for flushing; why use fresh, potable water to flush a toilet anyway? If using laundry water for irrigation, remember to use phosphate-free detergents. Grey water should also never be stored in water tanks or drums for more than 24 hours – micro-organisms could […]

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Greywater recycling tips & information

The article below provides some good grey water recycling tips and information. If grey water is to be temporary stored in holding tanks or water tanks, remember that it must bot be stored for more than 24 hours as bacteria and other potentially harmful micro-organisms could begin to multiply. Greywater recycling is characterized as the […]

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Video: DIY greywater treatment system

A great-looking natural greywater treatment system using a series of tanks and purifying stages to render grey water into high quality irrigation water. If you live in South Africa, click on the links below for the wide range of JoJo water tanks suitable for grey water systems, rainwater harvesting and every other water storage requirement. […]

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Collect and use grey water without special equipment

Grey water recycling need not comprise of pumps and water tanks, simple grey water recycling needs nothing more than a bucket or two as the article below outlines. When people start talking about greywater, it can become complicated and overwhelming very quickly. But there are some simple ways you can save and use greywater without […]

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