Water usage increased 6 fold during the 20th century and forced many regions of the world, including many parts of North America to rethink how we use water. According to Low Impact Living, the United States uses an average of 345 billion gallons of fresh water each day – enough to cover the state of Rhode Island a foot deep in water. The increase in demand has created stresses on supply and distribution systems where 36 states expect to experience some degree of water shortage within the next five years (U.S. Geological Survey).
Thus, with the mounting pressures on fresh water resources and the costs of water continuing to rise, we need to make water-efficient choices. Why then are we sending shower and bath greywater directly to the sewer drain and flushing our toilets with drinking water?” With Greyter Water Systems, you don’t have to.