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grey water

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gray water

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(Environmental Science) household waste water that can be reused for some purposes without purification, e.g. bath water, which can be used to water plants. Compare black water
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Or shall I go to the park, where there is the lure of gray woods and of gray water lapping on the harbor rocks?
I had dug out the spring and made a well of clear gray water, where I could dip up a pailful without roiling it, and thither I went for this purpose almost every day in midsummer, when the pond was warmest.
Gray water is used to wash out truck drums and in batching of fresh concrete.
Harnessing biomimicry processes, WaterHub uses beneficial bacteria, microorganisms, plants and hydroponic technology to treat black water, gray water and stormwater for later use in steam and chiller plants, as well as for toilet flushing in a number of residence halls.
Everyone's footsteps filling with gray water as grains of ice
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This pumping station when faulty empties both sewerage and surface water known as Gray water directly into the Rhyl Cut.
The FSC's grease separator has a pump that pushes gray water through the drain hose.
The permits will allow individuals or businesses to reroute their gray water, which until now has joined sewage in going to a treatment plant, and use it for irrigation.
COUNTRYSIDE: Regulations for gray water are often so strict that it is almost impossible to gain any experience with it, so I decided to offer my experience.
Regarding water re-use in the house, a gray water system is being introduced.