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Greywater Recycling

Use water twice to protect the environment


Rising prices and the scarcity of water as a resource have raised consumer awareness and driven the introduction greywater treatment systems

Dehoust Greywater system GWtec® for treatment of low polluted wastewater (greywater) from showers, hand basins and bathtubs using GWtec® membrane technology to high-quality process water that meets the hygienic / microbiological quality requirements of the European standard EN 16941-2 (systems for the Use of treated greywater).
With an environmentally-friendly treatment procedure using dry-mounted hollow fiber membrane filters, these systems can treat up to 20,000 litres of greywater per day.

Greywater-Recycling on YouTube.