Sunday, September 23, 2007

Gray Water Recycling by Walt Barrett

We have recently taken on an supurbly engineered product produced by a Canadian manufacturer. This unit collects the gray water from the sinks, showers, washing machines and dishwashers in the home or complex. The water is then filtered, chlorinated, and stored in a holding tank that is completely segregated from the potable water system in the home. The gray water is then used to flush the toilets, and also may be used to water gardens, lawns, and shrubs. There is a built in overflow to prevent system system backup. There has been talk in some states as to mandating these new types of systems into new building construction. Complete details may be found at It could be a great business opportunity for you. We can hook you up directly with the manufacturer.

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