Water Harvesting Solutions
Commercial buildings can save millions of gallons of potable water each year by harvesting rainwater, greywater, stormwater, and condensate for non-potable applications such as toilet flushing, irrigation, and cooling tower make-up. Wahaso provides complete design/build water harvesting solutions services, consulting with engineers to determine the best strategy for a project and fabricating a fully integrated system.
DIY water recycling projects are some smelly affairs, and you could end up with an intense odor that never really goes away. Flushing and pumping the water away to the municipal system is not the best alternative solution because you dump away hundreds of dollars every month. What can you do to harvest greywater?
Greywater is the wastewater from showers, bathroom sinks, and the laundry system. It gets its name from its appearance because most of the water from these sources will not have a lot of chemicals and human or food waste to change the color. Greywater is easier to filter and reuse, so it is safer for gardens and secondary purposes around the home.
Does Grey Water Filtration System Make Grey Water Safe To Drink?
Recycled water is not safe to drink if it goes not pass the international standards of clean drinking water. The cleanliness and quality of water depend on the greywater irrigation system, which means some have the technology for excellent standards. In contrast, others could use a few extra steps for further purification.
Everything About Filtering Greywater
The mechanics of these multi-stage greywater filtration systems are simple but also diverse depending on the system. Here is a simple illustration of how the water from your shower ends up in the yard:
The pipes direct the water to the filtration unit in a box or storage setting outside the home. The water produced from the unit is cleaner than when it left your shower, which means it is not toxic and will nourish the plants to keep the garden lush and beautiful. Keep in mind that filtered greywater is not necessarily the best for household chores and uses, but it is beautiful for outdoor activities like watering grass in the yard.
Is The System Right For You?
Chances are you have a yard and are looking for a suitable system for your home and budget. Who should consider using this system? Homes in areas prone to water shortage due to drought are the perfect candidates for the system. The Wahaso water system is simple to use and easy to maintain, so you will not use a whole lot of money after the installation. There are a few recurring fees with the system, and you will use the system for free after installing it.
How Much Water Do You Have To Produce?
The greywater treatment methods for businesses and establishments filter out all the water you produce before diverting it to the garden. So, how much water do you need to cover all your irrigation needs? A formula can guide us in calculating the amount of water your system produces and how much of it will cover your gardening.
Professionals can make the process more effective by ensuring the greywater filtration solutions are practical and effective for your gardening functions. In addition, they will advise on things such as how to use the system during the cooler months and restrictions on installing the system. Check out more information below and contact us at 800-580-5350 for a free estimate on residential or commercial greywater treatment.
Our mission at Wahaso is to help municipalities and commercial property owners reduce the impact of their buildings on the environment through innovative and sustainable water practices.