Precious water resources are becoming scarcer and many municipalities face long-term water shortages. This program reviews two sustainable water management practices - gray water reuse and rainwater harvesting. You will discover how you can realize both water conservation and potential energy savings by reducing the amount of water and wastewater that requires treatment.
Hear about how gray water from sinks, showers, washing machines, and more can be used for purposes like toilet flushing and landscape irrigation at both residential and public facilities - all with minimal treatment. Discover how rainwater harvesting is being utilized to manage stormwater runoff and reduce treated water usage in two municipalities. Learn about the applications both water management strategies can offer residential and public facilities.
After viewing this program, participants will be better able to: