Grey Water Systems

Gray Water Systems

Gray sewage, ie sewage after washing and bathing can be cleaned using a reactor and stored in a tank of purified water for later use, eg for flushing toilets or using water for technical washing. This is what the gray water treatment systems serve. In addition, gray water can be combined with rainwater, so-called green water to increase the water storage resource to be used.

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Gray water systems have gained popularity in the west as solutions that increase water recycling, which is associated with enormous savings. In new construction, gray water systems have become an everyday reality in connection with the use of rainwater. The system can be divided into two stages of treatment plant: biological cleaning and ultrafiltration (biological reactor MBR). Purified water is stored in the tank or directed to a container for rainwater for reuse in the flushing of toilets or technical use for cleaning.