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Old 04-05-2016, 01:43 PM   #1
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Old 04-05-2016, 02:03 PM   #2
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give it some time and grey water systems will be mandatory in new construction...
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Just something else the builders will want is to do for free


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Volkswagen plant i did the cad on in Tn. has rain water recovery. They were using for toilet flushing. I am actually surprised i haven't seen it more in the larger projects i work on.

Siphonic roof drains are starting to pop up more in bids.
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Volkswagen plant i did the cad on in Tn. has rain water recovery. They were using for toilet flushing. I am actually surprised i haven't seen it more in the larger projects i work on.

Siphonic roof drains are starting to pop up more in bids.
Purple pipe is the future.
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