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Grey Water Systems

An average household produces well over 100,000 litres of grey water each and every year. Ordinarily, this water is sent down the drain; however, if this grey water is diverted correctly, it can be re-used for irrigation, allowing you to keep your gardens green and healthy.

Depending upon which system meets your requirements you can re-use an average of 100 litres of grey water per person, per day... water that would normally go to waste.

When you re-use grey water...

  • You can have a green, healthy garden despite water regulations or restrictions. 
  • Domestic water consumption can be reduced by over 30%. 
  • Your household water bill can be dramatically reduced. 
  • There is less strain on a city's water storage. 
  • You are helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (this is a proven fact).
Western Australian Health Department Fact Sheets on Grey Water: