grey water


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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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On an aged soap-box behind the house, several inches of grey water in a battered tin-pan indicated a previous effort.
Then, the grey water of both began to be ghostly in the light, and the eyes of the stone faces of the chateau were opened.
She leant upon the rail and looked over the troubled grey waters, where the sunlight was fitfully scattered upon the crests of the waves, until she was cold and absolutely calm again.
He felt that he was being done good to, and that if he kept on with Ruskin, and the Queen's Hall Concerts, and some pictures by Watts, he would one day push his head out of the grey waters and see the universe.
The investigation last month found that grey water was "discharging" into the burn from the nearby industrial estate.
The Cranfield team's project, called Eco-Hotel, encompassed designing a drinking water, grey water and wastewater treatment plant for Eco-Stay's flagship 'off-grid' ecohotel in Exeter.
THIS DIY SIMPLE GREY WATER SYSTEM is such a great way to recycle precious water while saving lots of money!
This sewerage can be treated through an aerobic process and an artificial wetland planted by using the grey water obtained by processing the sewerage.
The opportunity to turn this adversity on its head lies in the recycling of grey water (water drained from appliances such as air conditioners (AC), showers and washing machines).
KARACHI -- The Supreme Court-mandated Commission on Water and Sanitation has directed the Sindh government to look into the feasibility of converting sewerage into grey water for use in public parks.