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INSTALLATION: 10 HOMESTAR PROJECT, CHURCH SQUARE, CHRISTCHURCH

COMBINED GREYWATER RECYCLING / RAINWATER HARVESTING AND UTILIZATION SYSTEM

Grey-water from the upstairs bathrooms will be  collected in the treatment tank. The INTEWA AQUALOOP SYSTEM… 90 more words

Rethinking the water cycle

by Martin Stuchtey

Three billion people will join the global consumer class over the next two decades, accelerating the degradation of natural resources and escalating competition for them. 2,549 more words

Opinion

Пассив барилгын технологи

Өнөөдөр дэлхий дахинаа ногоон барилгажилт улам илүү их чухал шаардлагатай болж барилгын салбарт нэвтэрч буй шинэ технологиуд хэмнэлттэй, ээлтэй байхаар хөгжиж байна. Сэргээгдэх эх үүсвэрийг нэмэгдүүлж, нүүрстөрөгчийг багасгах гээд олон технологиуд бий болсоор байгаа.

Can waste-water recycling, desalination end California’s water wars?

June 29, 2015

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Summary: Democratic Congressman Jared Huffman has been pushing a $1.4 billion bill designed to “expand water recycling projects, fund repairs of leaky pipes, manage watershed areas, invest in desalination research, provide efficient agricultural irrigation, ground-water cleanup and recharge.” Huffman called out Republicans using the California drought to denigrate environmental protection and move diminishing supplies of water between districts.  28 more words

2015

California's drought spurring water recycling at home

Image Credit: AP Photo/Eric Risberg

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Showering during California’s drought is a guilt-free experience for homeowners Catarina Negrin and Noah Friedman.

The Berkeley couple — she runs a preschool, he’s an architect — are early adopters of a home plumbing do-over that’s becoming more popular during California’s record four-year dry stretch. 768 more words

Environment

California's Drought Spurring Water Recycling At Home

BERKELEY (AP) — Showering during California’s drought is a guilt-free experience for homeowners Catarina Negrin and Noah Friedman.

The Berkeley couple — she runs a pre-school, he’s an architect — are early adopters of a home plumbing do-over that’s becoming more popular during California’s record four-year dry stretch. 838 more words

News

California Drinks to It: Toilet-to-Tap Becomes a “Thing”

We have posted about “toilet-to-tap”  initiatives in several cities in Texas in the past.  Now, California, is expanding their embrace of the technology.  From CNBC… 628 more words

Drought