The Guardian 21 July 2014 (and still valid): Greywater recycling systems collect the water you’ve used in your sinks, dishwashers, showers and baths, and then clean it up and plumb it straight back into your toilet, washing machine and outside tap.
A system like this can reduce your water usage by about 50% so, if you switch to a water meter, you could potentially halve your water bills as well as reducing your water footprint.
Sounds like a neat way to address the problem of water shortages,
doesn’t it? Then why isn’t everyone doing it? How much do these systems