Frank, Unfortunately, black water needs to be addressed totally differently than grey water as you know and the breakdown process of the septic tank does this. However, I would think no municipality code would promote capture of the water as it leaves that septic tank and for good reason. That being said, we suggest the homeowners utilizing a grey water system and rain catchment system to introduce water back to the lawn and gardens.
Where can I learn about wastewater (black water from commodes) + showers, sinks, etc. reuse as carriage water for commodes and for lawns?
Where can I learn about wastewater (black water from commodes) + showers, sinks, etc. reuse as carriage water for commodes and for lawns?Asked by Frank Aguirre
I am a septic system designer in Texas and want to promote TOTAL wastewater reuse in lieu of current septic systems that return treated wastewater to the environment (underground or sprayed in air by aerobic treatment units). Want usage for commode carriage water and the rest for underground drip systems that irrigate lawns. Frank Aguirre, firstname.lastname@example.org cell 210.275.7866