Because "black water" means "water that we can't use", and "grey water" means "water that we can use".
The definition of grey water is that it is waste water that is safe to use (other than for drinking) without treatment. The definition of black water is that it is waste water that requires treatment before re-use. If you have water that you can use, then by definition it isn't black. If you have black water, then whatever reason that it is black is the reason that you can't use it.
using grey water is agood thing because it helps a plants to grow faster, and because it has a chemical that helps planst
They transport "grey water" (runoff, toilet, sink, washing machine, etc) to a water treatment plant to be processed, and in turn returned to the environment (usually to a river, lake, etc). If we didn't have sewers, we'd be sick. A lot. All the time.
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
The color grey. =3 I did the same project.
recycling grey water is one of the most unknown.
Grey is the label for waste water that has been used for washing, showering, washing up etc. It is not expected to carry a heavy load of germs, yet it is unsuitable for drinking water. It can be helpful in dry climates to water plants with
The grey suit looks great on display.
No, using Gel will not make your hair go grey. Grey hair is caused by your genetics (family history).
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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.
Lavender that has been over watered will grey and die. It needs really good drainage and not a lot of water.
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