Gray-water plan to be proposed for new S.F. buildings – San Francisco Chronicle

One of the biggest hurdles facing job growth on Cape Cod is the handling of waste water. Re-using gray water (water from sinks, bath tubs, and washing machines) provides opportunities for reducing water demand and reducing nitrogen in  sewage. As we try to address regional concerns with regulatory relief in Dennis Port and think about a new vision for Exit 9 we might want to see what benefits we can achieve in nitrogen reduction with gray water diversion programs.

Gray-water plan to be proposed for new S.F. buildings – San Francisco Chronicle.

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