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I’m surprised nobody responded because permaculture without gray water is really NOT permaculture. We live in AZ and gray water systems are legal as long as they’re up to code.
I agreed. Definitely thank you for restarting the discussion!
Southern Nevada has forecasted increases in water demands and limited water resources. Incentives have been implemented by the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) to encourage residents to reduce residential outdoor use. As the residential outdoor use campaign becomes exhausted, additional policies should be considered. The idea of grey water reuse to reduce fresh water residential outdoor use is investigated. A dynamic simulation model using system dynamics modeling approach is developed. A policy requiring all future development (beginning in the year 2008) in southern Nevada to divert a portion of used indoor water to supplement outdoor use is evaluated.
There are many studies on the safety of reusing greywater. A consensus among studies is that greywater is not safe to ingest. When examining the potential health risks associated with greywater it is important to look at those risks in a broader context. Risks associated with an insecure water future, climate change, and sewer overflows are all risks that could be alleviated by widespread use of greywater.