greywater harvesting News

  • Rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling

    The UK is currently debating the best approaches to tackle what appears to be two contradictory water-related environmental issues. It is suggested that water supplies are under either moderate or serious levels of stress in most of England south of the Humber, but clearly visible changes in our climate are resulting in heavier rainfall events with more frequent incidences of severe flooding. ...

  • Experiences with rainwater harvesting & greywater

    Despite all this rain and the subsequent, numerous, flooding incidents which have occurred throughout the UK in recent years we have also experienced, often severe, drought conditions in some areas and even now it is suggested that water supplies are under either moderate or serious levels of stress in most of England south of the Humber, a situation that will be exacerbated by demands for ...

  • 2009 Environment Awards recognise Ozzi Kleen Greywater Recycling Systems!

    The dedicated owners/directors and the team at Suncoast Waste Water Management have been working on developing and manufacturing wastewater recycling systems for both domestic households and commercial developments. After nearly two decades of success with the invention of the unique Ozzi Kleen non-septic sewage treatment systems, this silent success story is about to start all over again! The ...

  • Rainwater harvesting and wastewater reuse solutions

    Leading provider of residential and decentralized water reuse, wastewater, and odor control treatment technologies announces introduction of a complete line of rainwater harvesting solutions as well as plans for a new residential membrane water reuse / recycling technology. Bord na Móna Environmental Products U.S. Inc., the American market subsidiary of the $550-million Bord na Móna group based ...

  • Bord na Móna introduces rainwater harvesting and wastewater reuse solutions at 2009 NAHB Green Building Conference

    Bord na Móna Environmental Products U.S. Inc., the American market subsidiary of the $550-million Bord na Móna group based in Dublin, Ireland, has formally announced plans to introduce a complete range of rainwater harvesting products as well a new compact membrane for residential wastewater reuse / recycling applications. The plans were unveiled at the 2009 NAHB Green Building ...

  • Australia to invest AUS$12.9bn in 10-year water program

    The 2008/09 Budget will deliver on the Rudd Government’s election commitments in water and establish a AUS$12.9 billion (US$12bn) water investment program over ten years. This includes AUS$1.5 billion in new urban water investment to help secure water supplies for Australian households and businesses. Minister for Climate Change and Water, Senator Penny Wong this week outlined details of Water ...


    By Australian Government

  • Market for Water Recycling & Reuse Technologies to Reach $57 Billion in 2015 as Global Demand Intensifies

    NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 08/19/10 -- Demand for water is increasing as the world's population grows, agricultural needs increase and developing nations become more affluent. Unfortunately, there is not an increase in water supply to match this growing demand; in fact, as weather patterns change and water sources continue to be overused, fresh water supplies are decreasing. The solution ...


    By Marketwire

  • Drought and water overuse in Europe

    From golf courses to books, olive oil to vaccinations, all the goods and services that we rely on, together with many of our daily activities, require a vital resource: water. A new report by the European Environment Agency (EEA) confirms that in many parts of Europe water use is unsustainable and provides recommendations for a new approach to managing water resources. The EEA report 'Water ...

  • Southern California to save 40 billion gallons of imported water annually by 2035

    Southern California water agencies are planning the most aggressive measures in the state to reduce their reliance on water imports, according to a new analysis released today by the Natural Resources Defense Council. The top five agencies, the City of Santa Monica, the City of Camarillo, Ventura County Water District No. 1, the Long Beach Water Department and the Los Angeles Department of Water ...

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