Quality Testing of Raw and Filtered Grey-water Emerging from Kitchen Sink: A Case Study

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Deepak N Paithankar
Shashi R Kumar

Abstract

The limited freshwater supplies in arid regions have created alternative water management strategies. Data indicates that
grey-water generation varies from 39-85% in various countries. Grey-water treatment and reuse can be a helpful nonpotable water source for toilet draining, watering gardens, car and floor washing, etc. Treated grey-water should be clean,
hygienic, environment-friendly and cost-effective. The goal of this research is (i) to test the parameters of raw grey-water
(ii) create a filter bed (iii) test parameters of treated grey-water (iv) Compare the parameters of raw and treated grey-water
(v) describe the area of use.

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Paithankar D, Kumar S. Quality Testing of Raw and Filtered Grey-water Emerging from Kitchen Sink: A Case Study. sms [Internet]. 30Jun.2022 [cited 29Sep.2022];14(02):234-8. Available from: https://smsjournals.com/index.php/SAMRIDDHI/article/view/2734
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