Greywater Recycling Equipment in Arizona

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Microbac - Marine Bioreactor

by Microbac Ltd     based in Consett, UNITED KINGDOM

Microbac design and build Marine Bioreactors for use in all types of shipping and off-shore rigs to treat both grey and black waters and, in some cases, oily wastewaters and produced water. The Marine Bioreactors are based on Microbac’s submerged, aerated fixed-film Bioreactor plant with additional features to enable its efficient use in ...

BioLane - Model 125 - Greywater Filter

by Biolan Oy     based in Kauttua, FINLAND

A filter, which tolerates even longer operation breaks! a purifier of all water used for washing, capacity about 500 litres a day, to be installed above ground, domestic, ecological filter material, can be used even in winter.

Biolan - Model 70 - Greywater Filter

by Biolan Oy     based in Kauttua, FINLAND

A purifier of all water used for washing, capacity about 500 litres a day,  to be installed above ground, domestic, ecological filter material, can be used even in winter.

Greywater System

by Clivus Multrum International AB     based in Jönåker, SWEDEN

Greywater is water from all non-toilet fixtures (e.g., sinks, showers, washing machines). With the Clivus system, all greywater fixtures are plumbed to a collection tank called a dosing basin from which greywater is sent, often without filtration, into an outdoor or indoor irrigation system buried within the plant root zone. Placement of the ...

PHOENIX - Water Recycling - Greywater Systems

by PHOENIX Process Equipment Co.     based in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA)

Greywater makes up around 30 to 50 per cent of wastewater discharged into our sewers. Therefore, greywater recycling offers facilities the chance to cut their water use by up to half. Generally defined as wastewater from bathrooms and laundries, greywater can come from our showers, baths, basins and washing machines. It may be contaminated with a ...

Azud - Model GW - Watertech

by Sistema Azud, S.A.     based in ALCANTARILLA, SPAIN

Grey water recyling. Grey water recycling plant AZUD WATERTECH GW DU, to treat water from showers, bathtubs and sinks to reuse in toilets and irrigation of green areas. Grey water come from showers, bathtubs and sinks. Greywater unlike wastewater (also called black, served or fecal), have a low concentration of organic matter and suspended solids, ...

Commercial

by Aquaco Water Recycling Limited     based in East Peckham, UNITED KINGDOM

Aquaco Grey Water Systems collect bath and shower water which is then filtered, disinfected and recycled for the use of toilet flushing.The quantity of water used for hand basins, showers and baths is similar to that used for toilet flushing. In most buildings water consumption will be reduced by 50%. Supply roughly equates to demand as each ...

Model CGW Series - Commercial Greywater Recycling System

by Greyter Systems Inc     based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The CGW is the most widely used greywater systems in the Greyter commercial line. Because of its versatility,  the CGW is used in many different applications ranging from military camps to vacation resorts, hotels, schools  and every fit in between. The holding capacity of a standard CGW is ~ 6600 litres (1750 gallons), which could  ...

WhiteWater - Model LB-150 - Greywater Recycling System

by WhiteWater Concepts     based in Culver City, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The LB-150 is designed to fit into homes built without basements or homes with crawlspaces. The total height is only 68.5 cm (27”), so a crawlspace with a code minimum of 61 cm (24”) in depth can accept the system providing that access from the floor above is provided. The storage capacity of the LB-150 is 150 liters (40 US Gal.) The ...

WhiteWater - Model LB-300 - Greywater Recycling System

by WhiteWater Concepts     based in Culver City, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The LB-300 is designed to fit into homes built without basements or homes with crawlspaces. The total height is only 68.5 cm (27'), so a crawlspace with a code minimum of 61 cm (24') in depth would be able to accept the system providing that access from the floor above is provided. The system is comprised of a main tank and two additional ...

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