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    Greywater systems to 6.000 L/d

    Greywater, not to be confused with rainwater, is to use Water twice! So recycling water from bath and shower, so again: greywater is not the use of rainwater. With greywater systems, the greywater from the shower, sink and bath is taken to a collection tank. The lightly contaminated greywater is first cleaned biologically there. By means of a computer-controlled aeration, the water is actively cleaned by bacteria that reduce the organic contaminants. The biologically cleaned water is then passed through the membrane filter after which it is stored in the clean water tank. From the clean water tank it is dependent on the secondary water pipe via a pump. This water pipe is connected to washing machine, garden taps, urinals and toilets. If the clean water tank threatens to go empty after frequent use, it will be replenished from the rainwater tank. If this rainwater tank is also empty or not present, the system automatically switches to drinking water. GEP has various (small) greywater systems in the range for residential construction. Gray water, we recycle!

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    Greywater systems more than 6.000 L/d

    Greywater, use Water twice! A tailor-made system is of great importance for the efficiency of the greywater system. For larger buildings in non-residential construction, GEP's greywater systems offer a solution; Thanks to the modular construction of the GWA greywater systems from GEP, almost any reprocessing capacity for greywater can be put together. By placing several BMT tanks in parallel, a gray water system can be created with a reprocessing capacity of 6,000 to 30,000 liters per day. Moreover, thanks to the modular design, it is also possible to use underground or local tanks. This benefits the flexibility and cost price. Greywater; give a second life to your water.

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