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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I divert my garden water to my washing machine?

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How do you divert greywater from a washing machine?

The washing machine's internal pump slightly pressurizes the greywater, so this system can irrigate plants across a flat yard. The washer hose is connected to a 3-way valve that can divert greywater either to the sewer or the greywater system and piped outside with 1” rigid pipe, like PVC.

Can I drain my washer into my yard?

You can just run a washing machine drain outside. Doing this, though, can be a little hard to do. The basic solution for running a washing machine drain outside is to replace the drainage pipe with one that leads to your backyard.

Is washing machine water GREY water?

Gray water in California is defined as water from showers and baths, washing machines, and bathroom sinks. Black water in California is defined as water from kitchen and toilet sinks. There is variation among states.

How does a laundry to landscape system work?

The laundry-to-landscape system is a simple system with easy distribution of greywater to multiple plants. It is relatively low cost, and easy to install. The washing machine’s internal pump slightly pressurizes the greywater, so this system can irrigate plants across a flat yard.

How big of a filter bed do I Need?

The fluidizing flow requirement is typically 5–30 m3 /h/m 2 of filter bed area, depending on the depth of the bed, for a short period, that is, for a few minutes only. Filter backwash is taken to a common inlet chamber of raw water pumps.

What makes up a rapid sand bed filter?

Pressure sand bed filters (PSF), often called rapid sand bed filters, consist of a pressure vessel that may normally be vertical or horizontal (in rare occasions) depending on the layout of the plant. The filter vessels are generally of welded mild steel construction lined with rubber/epoxy from inside.

What do you need to build a laundry room?

The ‘standard’ laundry built into new houses these days need to accommodate: Advertisement. a washer. a dryer, if you need one. adequate plumbing for your washer. power outlets / GPOs. a laundry trough (or sink or basin, if that’s what you call it) enough storage space for linen and cleaning products.

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