Water recycling is the process of treating domestic as well as industrial waste water and reusing it. Recycled water can be reused for the same process, for irrigation or as an alternative to mains water in wash-down applications.
Water is one of the most important natural resource that is one of the basic necessities in human life. Water is used for a number of purposes, but it is used mainly for drinking. Apart from household uses, it is also use for several industrial purposes. Though water is found in abundant in nature, yet most of it is contaminated, and therefore it needs to be treated so that it can be recycled.
On-site wastewater reuse is need of time and can reduce water use in both urban and rural households. At present, most homes use potable (drinkable) water for practically everything in the house and garden.
We are literally flushing our drinking water down the toilet!
By using wastewater as a resource rather than a waste product you can: