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Smart Greywater Recycling
As a result of population growth, urbanisation, economic growth and climate change, domestic water consumption has increased significantly. Therefore, water conservation has become very important. At Chamberlains Aqua & Enregy Systems Limited (CAESL), we offer different innovative water efficiency solutions; one of which is Grey Water Recycling (GWR). GWR allows the conservation and effective reuse of water in buildings.
Greywater refers to any domestic wastewater produced, excluding black water (wastewater produced in the toilet). Black water contains very high amount of organic matters in comparison with greywater. The main sources of greywater are wastewater generated in baths, showers, washing machines, dishwashers and kitchen sinks, however many GWR technologies cannot properly deal with the wastewater produced in the last two. Proportion of greywater to the whole household wastewater varies depending on household characteristics and water use habits, but it is generally about 40 to 80% of a household’s wastewater.
Our team design smart GWR systems powered by the internet of things and artificial intelligence, enabling the treated water to be stored and re-disinfected when necessary. It also helps in directing the treated wastewater for reuse in different parts of the building when needed. The smart GWR will result in consuming much less energy compared to existing GWR systems in the market.
- Reduction in water use by 50 per cent.
- Reduction in discharged wastewater to the sewerage
- Significant reduction in mains water and sewage bills (up to 50%)
- Shorter payback period compared to existing GWR systems in the market
- Can be combined with rainwater harvesting
- Tax savings
- No chemicals required
Why should you invest in Greywater Recycling?
Greywater Recycling systems are smart investment, and can help you save up to 40% on your water costs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is greywater recycling?
Greywater recycling is the process of using wastewater from sources such as showers, laundry
and sinks for purposes such as irrigating landscapes.
Why is it important to recycle greywater?
Recycling greywater helps to conserve water resources by reducing strain on water supplies and
preventing pollution. It also helps reduce energy consumption by utilizing existing water rather than
treating more fresh water.
What are the advantages of Greywater recycling?
In the past, water that was not potable was often disposed of as waste. But with the increase in
population and climate change, we are running out of fresh water sources. That’s why recycling our
grey water is a necessity. The advantages of grey water recycling are numerous: it can reduce the
need for fresh water, it helps conserve natural resources, and it can help save money on utility costs
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Are you interested in learning more about our solution and services? If so, get in touch with us today. We would be happy to discuss our offerings with you in detail and answer any questions you may have.
+44 23 8111 2562
+44 333 090 5339
50 The Avenue Southampton SO17 1XQ UK
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