A Greyter Water Systems solution was also recently selected to recycle water at the Ahmadiyya Baitur Rahmat Mosque in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This 2330 square meter (25,000 sq. ft.) facility was constructed just outside the city limits in Corman Park and allows 1000 people to worship. The mosque chose a Greyter Water System that allows them to recycle water from hand washing and ablution stations so that it can be used for toilet flushing. The system designed by Greyter Water Systems allows for the reuse of 200 gallons per day and is estimated to reduce water use by 35%. The mosque was designed by the architects at Maurice Soulodre Architects from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and was professionally engineered by McGinn Group. Quorex Construction completed the construction of the project. A number of sub-contractors contributed to the construction of the mosque including Interwest Mechanical Ltd. ” We researched options and determined that Greyter Water Systems provided the best overall system”, said Guy Sander, Engineer with McGinn. “Greyter was able to design a system that integrated into the overall project and I will definitely be including Greyter on future greywater recycling projects”.