- System efficiency from 600 - 48,600 l/d
- For public buildings, workplaces and commercial facilities
- The highest quality of treated water
Grey Water Systems
In this category, you will find high-quality grey water reuse sets. The installation allows it to be recycled in single-family houses. The outdoor and indoor sets we offer are based on grey water recycling. In addition, hybrid installations are also available. These also offer the possibility of rainwater recycling.
Grey waste water after washing, washing and bathing is grey water. The task of a grey water utilisation system is to purify the used water. The grey water treatment process can be divided into two stages. The first is biological treatment and the second is ultrafiltration. This takes place in a biological reactor. The recycled water is stored in a clean water tank or directed to a rainwater recovery tank. It can be used again, e.g. for flushing toilets, technical cleaning (car washing, washing paved areas), etc.
- gray water purification system
- capacity up to 200 l / d
- suitable for installation in the basement or garage
- Gray water treatment system
- Capacity up to 200 l / d
- Filling system - ensuring business continuity
- Gray and rainwater treatment system
- Capacity up to 200 l / d
- Hybrid system for home use
- Greenlife gray water system
- Gray water purification in biological and ultrafiltration processes
- The daily amount of treated water is 250 or 500 l / d
- Rainwater treatment system for drinking water parameters
- Purified water is directly suitable for consumption
- Compatible with the Biovitor filter
Types of systems for grey water utilisation
Our shop offers grey water management systems for single-family houses. These are classified into:
- Internal grey water utilisation systems - based on tanks inside the building, e.g. in the basement,
- External grey water recycling systems - based on underground tanks,
- Hybrid systems - a combination of grey water and rainwater systems.
Grey water recycling is very popular in western Europe and is becoming increasingly so in Poland. Systems for the use of grey water make it possible to significantly reduce expenditure from the household tap water budget. It also makes it possible to reduce the costs that are associated with wastewater collection. For more information, see the guide.
The offer of the Aquatechnika shop is the ideal place to buy grey water systems. We guarantee delivery all over Poland - Warszawa, Kraków, Wrocław, Poznań, Szczecin, Łódź, Katowice, others, as well as deliveries abroad. In our offer you will find products of renowned world brands and Polish producers at attractive prices. The product range includes indoor and outdoor household systems as well as hybrid sets. Before making your choice, we invite you to check our attractive offers and to contact our advisors. We offer the lowest prices and the possibility to negotiate.
What is grey water?
The term grey water refers to dirty water, e.g. after washing hands, bathing, laundry, washing vegetables etc. It does not contain urine or faecal matter. Grey water is a recyclable resource.
Is grey water drinkable?
Grey water is not suitable for drinking. After filtration, the water still contains impurities, bacteria and residues from washing and laundry processes. As a result, it does not meet all drinking water standards. Grey water must be treated to make it drinkable.
What are the benefits of grey water?
In the household, more than 30 % of water is used for flushing the toilet, for laundry it is another 15 %. In total, more than 50 % (up to 80 %) of water is used for laundry, washing and other works. Grey water can successfully replace tap water in these cases. As a result, it significantly reduces consumption and wastewater collection costs, as some of the water is returned back into the circulation in the home. Grey water has economic as well as environmental benefits.
How does the grey water system work?
The grey water system mainly consists of the installation of waste pipes from sinks, baths, showers and washing machines, which are connected to a grey water tank. A purification process takes place in the tank using a system of advanced filters. The purified water is then directed to the clean water tank, from where it is distributed through a piping system to cisterns, washing machines, garden sprinklers, etc. A pumping system is responsible for water distribution, i.e. a control panel or driver with pumps that supply the sanitary facilities.
Does the grey water system have to have a separate installation?
The grey water system requires a separate installation to be designed (based on EN 12056-2) to prevent secondary contamination of the drinking water. Anti-contamination valves are also commonly used to prevent the medium from mixing. It is very important to plan the installation before the house is built. Otherwise, redesigning the installation will be very time- and cost-consuming and may not be cost-effective.
Can the garden be watered with grey water?
Grey water, i.e. water after laundry, washing and bathing, is successfully used for watering the garden. Grey water systems include filter systems to ensure that the water is clean enough for such use.
What to use grey water for?
Grey water is successfully suitable for supplying cisterns, washing machines, garden sprinklers, supplying hoses for garden work. After the purification process, the water meets minimum purity requirements.
Can a grey water system also use rainwater?
Yes, this is possible. In practice, it depends on the model. There are hybrid grey water management systems that also allow the use of rainwater.