Gray Water Treatment Plant
Greywater treatment is easier than municipal wastewater treatment, generating a large interest in its reuse and recycling. Typical applications for greywater recycling and re-use are toilet flushing, irrigation and other non-potable uses.
Greywater is water that has been used for washing dishes, laundering clothes, or bathing. Essentially, any water, other than toilet wastes, draining from a household is Grey water. Statistics says that around 30 to 50 percent of the wastewater discharged to the sewer is contributed by grey water. Although this used water may contain grease, food particles, hair, and any number of other impurities, it may still be suitable for reuse. Reusing Grey water serves two purposes: it reduces the amount of freshwater needed to supply a household, and reduces the amount of waste water entering sewer or septic systems.
Benefits of Grey Water Treatment Plant It is easy to install
⦁ It has user-friendly console operation system with easy controls
⦁ It produces excellent effluent quality
⦁ The maintenance requirement is low
⦁ Consistent performance
⦁ Low consumption of resources