Greywater Reuse

Author: Amit Gross
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482255057
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Greywater Reuse examines the features and implications of greywater reuse scientifically, quantitatively, and thoroughly. Based on the authors’ extensive studies of treatment facilities in urban and rural environments, development of greywater treatment systems, and research of potential environmental and health risks posed by greywater at different treatment levels, this authoritative text: Describes the chemical, physical, and microbial properties of greywater Covers the treatment and removal of greywater pollutants, providing case studies of common methods Identifies the risks involved in greywater use and proposes regulatory measures to help reduce these risks Reviews the greywater management strategies, policies, and legislation of several different countries Discusses the prevailing public perception and willingness to adopt various uses of greywater Analyzes the economic impact of greywater reuse from both the consumer and national perspectives Greywater Reuse addresses all major aspects related to greywater reuse, making it a valuable resource for a variety of applications.

Greywater Reuse Systems

Author: South African Bureau of Standards
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ISBN: 9780626381486
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Overview Of Greywater Reuse

Author: Lucy Allen
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ISBN: 9781893790278
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Hygiene Aspects Of Greywater And Greywater Reuse

Author: Jakob Ottosson
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ISBN: 9789172834361
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Model Guidelines For Domestic Greywater Reuse For Australia

Author: Barry Jeppesen
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ISBN: 9781876088064
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Exploring Drivers For Greywater Reuse In New Zealand

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Proceedings Of The Water Reuse Symposium Ii

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Potential Of Grey Water Reuse And Its Effects On Potable Water Demand Management And Downstream Sewer Network

Author: Muhammad Ashfaque Rajput Abdul Hameed
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The UAE's water demand is rapidly increasing because of population growth, infrastructure development, expansion of agricultural practices and for the desert greening policies. These circumstances force the country to depend on expansive desalinated water and made the country second largest desalination water producer in the world. It is essential to reduce the current water consumption rates by using efficient methods and conservation techniques. Greywater reuse is an effective and promising alternate to cope with this challenge. The study aimed to reduce the water consumption in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi by investigating the potential of greywater reuse. A field survey was carried out in a case study area in Al Ain which comprises of 100 traditional villa type houses. Each house occupies a plot area of 2050 m2 and approximately two thirds of each plot is used for gardening and plantation. It was found that about 94% of residents in the area comprises are using municipal water for home gardening. Analyses of water consumption data showed that about 80% of supplied water is used for outdoor activities and only 20% for indoor uses that goes to the sewer network. Statistical analysis of water consumption explored that the consumption is independent of family size. The EPANET software was used for hydraulic modelling of the existing water network. The simulation results specified that the recapture of greywater has positive impacts on the hydraulic performances of the water network. It was shown that greywater reuse has several advantages such as reduction of water demand by 10%, reduction of desalination plants' operation and maintenance cost, reduction is emission of greenhouse gases and energy uses. On the contrary, in addition to health risks from greywater, recapture of greywater may reduce the sewer flow and thereby increase the retention time of sludge in the sewer line. Outcomes of the study support that the Abu Dhabi Emirate has a great potential of greywater reuse and about 86% of residents agreed to reuse it for their home gardens. However, for the installation of greywater scheme, residents expressed their interest on financial rebate from the government.

Food Security And Climate Change In Dry Areas Proceedings Of The International Conference On Food Security And Climate Change In Dry Areas Amman Jordan 1 4 Feb 2010

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ISBN: 9291272485
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The Alternative Is Conservation

Author: Laura Brecht
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Advances In Water Supply Management

Author: Č Maksimović
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9789058096098
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Installation And Evaluation Of Domestic Greywater Reuse Systems

Author: D. Christova-Boal
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ISBN: 9781875338511
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Managing Water And Waste In The New Millennium

Author: P. Pybus
Editor: International Water Assn
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One of the major problems facing the developing world is the rapid expansion of low-income urban areas as a result of migration in from rural areas. The result has been staggering growth in informal settlement areas around many major cities and consequent pressure on the sustainable supply of potable water and waste disposal that challenges governments, NGOs and the communities themselves. To mitigate these problems it will also be necessary to address the issues as they relate to rural and isolated communities. Successful solutions need multidisciplinary approaches that engage with social and institutional aspects as much as the technical and environmental. The 24 papers selected for these proceedings tackle various problems of water supply, sanitation and industrial waste treatment, addressing the issues at strategic and managerial levels as well as in localized and practical techniques. Together they enable all interested parties to share the experience and expertise from around the world that is leading the way towards successful water and waste management in the new millennium.

Performance Evaluation Of Greywater Recycle Systems

Author: Damann L. Anderson
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Desalination

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Protocols For Pre Design Assessment Of Greywater Reuse Retrofit In Urban Redevelopment An Opportunity Constraint Analysis Method For Existing Buildings

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Permaculture International Journal

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Encyclopedia Of Hydrological Sciences

Author: Malcolm G. Anderson
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ISBN: 9780471491033
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Integrated Water Management In Urban Areas

Author: Janusz Niemczynowicz
Editor: Trans Tech Publication
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The continuing growth of urban populations throughout the world is one of the most frightening problems of today. The problems of megacities, i.e. those with more than 10 million inhabitants and which are growing fastest in developing countries, must be fully recognized within the context of the world environment.