The Ecology Center's mission is to promote environmentally and socially responsible practices through programs that educate, demonstrate, and provide direct services.
Greywater Action is a collaborative group of educators, designers, builders, and artists who educate and empower people to build sustainable water culture and infrastructure. The site includes why to use greywater, how to choose, build and use greywater reuse systems, studies, regulations, and other resources.
A Wiki-based site for the discussion of efficient use of time and money on the part of Government and other stakeholders in the effort write California's new graywater standard.
ToolBase.org is the housing industry's best resource for technical information on building products, materials, new technologies, business management, and housing systems. The site provides information on initial costs of a graywater system, operational costs, field evaluations, and code acceptance for various parts of the country.
Study done by the university on the Safe Use of Household Graywater.
The Pacific Institute works to create a healthier planet and sustainable communities by conducting interdisciplinary research and partnering with stakeholders to produce solutions that advance environmental protection, economic development, and social equity - in California, nationally, and internationally.
Oasis Design is a private business providing information on graywater isues such as: Why use graywater, how to choose, build and use graywater reuse systems, regulations, studies, science and examples. Includes graywater irrigation, graywater treatment, graywater filters, high tech indoor graywater reuse and graywater management in developing countries.
Common uses and practices for residential home graywater.
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