Grey Water is wastewater, which is produced from domestic activities like, clothes laundry, bathing and washing dishes. By using the Grey Water Treatment Plant one can recycle this waste water for landscape irrigation and flushing purposes. As a result of using these Grey Water Treatment Plants, you can reduce usage of freshwater.
Grey water can replace fresh water in many instances, saving money and increasing the effective water supply in regions where irrigation is needed.
Grey water use greatly extends the useful life and capacity of septic systems. For municipal treatment systems, decreased wastewater flow means higher treatment effectiveness and lower costs.
For sites with slow soil percolation or other problems, a grey water system can be a partial or complete substitute for a very costly, over-engineered system.
Less energy and chemicals are used due to the reduced amount of both freshwater and wastewater that needs pumping and treatment.