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I am wondering if greywater treated for extended storage may have interest.  It seem like this technology may be worth a look. http://us.intewa.net/en/products/aqualoop/  The idea would be to use shower water for laundry and toilet with excess used outdoors.  Thoughts?

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In general, any site that has plants to irrigate can use greywater more affordable and with a simpler system through direct irrigation. Because greywater is generated every day, there is very little benefit to storing it (systems that will filter and disinfect greywater so it can be stored add cost and complexity). In larger scale applications, like commercial buildings with lots of greywater and little irrigation need, more complex systems treat the water for indoor use. I’m not familiar with the system you mention, but there are others, like Pontos Aquacycle or Nubian Oasis, that treat greywater for indoor use.

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