Every day, the average Indian family of four uses about 400 gallons of water for things like washing dishes and clothes, bathing, brushing their teeth, and flushing toilets. About half of that-the water from tubs and showers, bathroom sinks, and loads of laundry is considered as grey water. It can’t be used again for drinking water, but it can be recycled for other purposes, such as flushing toilets,moping,car washing and gardening.
With the help of aggressive conservation, rainwater harvesting and water recycling, we build a Zero Water building which doesn’t imports a drop of water, neither discharges it.It contains the best technologies for decentralized and distributed water systems, with special focus on rainwater harvesting for potable and non-potable uses, grey water reclamation, and onsite waste water treatment.
If you live in a part of the country that gets little rainfall, grey water recycling can be a way to maximize water savings. Toilets are ideal for grey water usage: They’re the biggest source of water consumption in the house, accounting for nearly 30% of an average home’s indoor water use.