There is so much focus on reducing waste at the moment, but what is often forgotten is the waste of our most precious resource of all: water.
Every living being needs water to survive. Yet it is a finite resource, shared between an ever-growing population, all of whom are using it every day. If we’re going to continue to be able to all live on this planet, we need to look at managing water in a more sustainable way.
The reuse of household greywater for irrigation is a simple method of wastewater recycling that can be adopted by anyone who has a patch of earth to irrigate, from small inner-city gardens to large-scale rural properties.