You get a water purifier or a softener. (A water softener wont "neutralize detergents from domestic grey water." Indeed, a softener will do the exact opposite since hard water neutralizes many types of detergents.)
Depends on what you mean by "neutralize". If you mean make the detergent no longer function as a detergent, then depending on the type of detergent there are a couple ways.
Most detergents are the conjugate base of an acid. Acidifying the solution neutralizes the base and generally significantly reduces the ability of the detergent to act as a detergent. So, simply adding acid will often "neutralize" detergents. Large amounts of vinegar, or much smaller amounts of a strong concentrated acid, can be used.
Another method of neutralizing detergents is by the addition of divalent cations such as calcium++ or magnesium++. Many detergents strongly bind to these salts and, like adding acid, the resulting compound no longer acts as an effective detergent. This is why most detergents work better in "soft" water than they do in "hard" water. Hard water contains enough divalent cations to tie up the detergents molecules making the detergent must less effective.
yes, there term is "grey water" it does normally have traces or large amounts of soap and detergents in it - which can be toxic for plants over long periods of time. normally the water is collected settlement tanks where the scum, soap and detergents can be scrapped off the surface
Laundry water is termed grey water. It can be harmful to plants because of the various chemicals and detergents that it contains. Dyes and coatings from fabrics can also harm plants. Grey water needs to be purified before being used to water plants.
The Grey grossed $51,580,136 in the domestic market.
Grey water is domestic waste water that does not contain sewage. This includes dishwasher water, laundry water, bath water, food preparation water etc. This water is not immediately hazardous to health like sewage but no one would claim it is clean. Such water can contain"surfactants (soaps and detergents)high BOD materialvarious chemical (e.g bleaches)alcoholsuspended solids (coffee grounds etc.)plastic micro spheresdyesoilsand other pollutants. If discharged to a water source it will contaminate that water.
The color that you used had too much Ash. Try adding some gold to help neutralize the "gray."
grey water effects the environment. if we drink grey water we can have diarrhea.
The grey wolf is classifed as 'canis lupus' and the domestic dog is 'canis lupus familiaris' ie a sub species of the grey wolf.
recycling grey water is one of the most unknown.
They are three types of waste water 1. Industrial waste water 2. Black water (Toilets) 3. Grey water (Domestic waste water) Out of those Black water is not treated and the remaining two are treated. Waste water is 99.9% pure and the remaining 0.1% constitute all the waste. While salt water is 95% pure. If we develop a suitable technology we can pure that waste water and can reuse . But up to date Grey water is cleaned by no of processes and the purified water is used for Gardening and Toilet flush
Orange and blue are opposites. No matter what name you give them, they are still opposites and will neutralize each other or grey down each other. If you use more blue in the mixture you will get a grey and if you use more orange, you'll get a brown.
Grey water as in dirty water such as from used dish water or dirty clothes water from washing clothing won't cause harm to your plants.
The affects of grey water on a plant is that grey water will probably kill the plant or the plant Will live but it depends on the type of plant you get and the type of harsh water.
it's a type of domestic cat that is grey in colour and originates from Russia! Sometimes they are judged at cat shows
Tabby is the term applied to a domestic cat coloured grey or brownish which is mottled or streaked with dark stripes.
Tap water is generally potable water, able to be used for cooking and drinking (this depends on the country and area you live in). Grey water is used water ie washing water that is let down the drain, again this is dependant on the country and area you live in . Many people are using grey water for plants or in some cases purifying it again for drinking
Grey is usually dirty water but not toilet water (shower, sink drain) Black (or Brown) is sewage from the toilet. If you have a motorhome there will be two sewage tanks... "grey" and "black"
If grey water is left unused for too long it evaporates and then causes sicknesses so the water should go to the sewer.
No. Like all other breeds of domestic dog, the Chow Chow descended from the grey wolf.
Probably any tint or shade of grey.
No, but a timber wolf is a grey wolf. The timber wolf is a subspecies of the grey wolf, which also includes Arctic Wolves, Mexican Gray Wolves, domestic dogs and dingoes (domestic dogs are descended from wolves and considered the same species, canis lupus, though a different subspecies; dingoes are themselves descended from domestic dogs and are also considered canis lupus).
be nice dont throw litter in the water
Our domestic dogs of today evolved both naturally and with the intervention of humans from the Grey Wolf(canis lupus) .