Greywater is just a more specific type of wastewater. Greywater is any non-industrial water waste, such as from washing dishes or bathing. Wastewater, however, covers everything including highway drainage, industrial water waste, and sewage.
Gray water is waste water from toilets, bathtubs, shower drains, sinks, washing machines and dishwashers, that can be reused for irrigation and other water conservation practices.
Greywater is non-industrial wastewater generated from domestic processes such as dish washing, laundry and bathing. Greywater comprises 50-80% of residential wastewater. Greywater comprises wastewater generated from all of the house’s sanitation equipment except for the septic tank (water from toilets is blackwater, or sewage). Greywater is distinct from blackwater in the amount and composition of its chemical and biological contaminants (from feces or toxic chemicals).
Grey water refers specifically to waste water from garbage grinders. It must be treated in a different way than other types of waste water. Black water refers to toilet waste water, which much also be treated in a specific way.
Wastewater from domestic uses such as laundry, bathing and dishwashers is considered gray water, while water from toilets is called black water.
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