The future of residential water conservation is here now
Did you know that approximately 50% of the water that you use indoors, once used, becomes graywater. So if your household uses 150 gallons of water a day, then you would produce about 75 gallons of graywater.
In a typical home, the wastewater pipes bring wastewater from all the fixtures into one pipe and then brings the wastewater outside the house to connect to the municipal sanitary sewer pipe at the street. Household wastewater is made of both graywater (showers, bath tubs, bathroom sinks, clothes washers) and blackwater (toilets, kitchen sinks, dishwashers).
There are two system options for implementing a graywater system in a residential house:
- Laundry to Landscape (clothes washer effluent directly to landscaping areas), perfect for an existing house that is on a slab foundation but has the clothes washer located on an exterior wall
- Comprehensive (multiple graywater fixtures to distribute to landscaping areas), perfect for either a new house construction project or an existing house that has a crawlspace or basement where the wastewater pipes are exposed under the house
We are a licensed engineering firm in Texas that can design and install your graywater reuse system. We have the experience of dealing with city permitting department as well as the experience to overcome any construction obstacles that your project may present. From design, to permit, to installation, we have you covered.