Old Greywater, Keep on Rolling!

Category: green plumbing


Are you tired of costly septic system maintenance? Are you looking for ways to economize your Boston household budget, better protect the environment and reduce septic system load? A greywater system is your answer. This is cutting-edge technology designed to safely recycle water from inside your Boston home for reuse outside the home, taking pressure off septic systems. Read on to learn how greywater saves you money and water. No more worrying about the need to increase or replace stressed septic systems. No more burnt landscaping because of drought-inspired water restrictions. Greywater is simple-to-use and provides ample water to keep the garden thriving and the maintenance man away. How does it work? Simple – the greywater system is easily installed by your licensed Boston plumber. The small, inoffensive unit resembles a recycling container and recycles the water from your washing machine, bath and shower for outdoor irrigation use. The unit serves as a filtration system and does not store any water, so its capacity is unlimited. How do I save money? Easy. Every time you do a load of laundry, you’re also irrigating your garden. Plus, you cut the amount of water being deposited into septic systems: greywater will reduce the amount in half during the spring and summer months. A family of four can reduce their water consumption by […]

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Going Green With Boston home Plumbing

Category: green plumbing


f you are building a new home or remodeling your existing home, you just might want to consider going ‘green’ with plumbing in Boston Yes… it’s true that the environmental protection effort has not only affected your water saving toilets. There are a number of ways to go green with plumbing, and it is fully expected that one day the newest technology and plumbing fixture designs will all be mandatory per building codes. That’s just one reason why you need to utilize a plumbing company that is technologically current and familiar with the newest materials, water saving designs and even the potential problems. Though installing water saving devices while building a home is a good decision, you can also upgrade your existing fixtures now or when something needs replacing. Green technology has affected everything in the home and that includes plumbing. The water saving low flush toilets may be a bit of a mystery to many existing homeowners, but they are now the standard installation in new homes or for remodels. Doing Your Part for the Environment There are two main advantages to plumbing and plumbing fixtures and both are environmentally related. They use less water and require less energy. Residents who choose green plumbing in Ambridge, PA are doing their part for the environment while also saving on their utility […]

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