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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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Remember, you have a 50-ft drain hose that's meant to stretch from the FSC's grease separator to the soakage pit or gray water tank.
The agency first started working on the regulation of gray water recycling systems in August.
Several of the houses had gray water because the septic systems were old and had lost efficiency.
Gray water projects target the biggest water-wasters in the house--particularly bathroom showers and sinks, where a lot of gray water is generated (toilet water, known as "black water" is never to be reused).
Holland America Line announced it had a minor accidental discharge of gray water from the 1494-passenger ms Westerdam on Saturday while the ship was in Juneau.
Gray water collected from all these sources can supplement your garden's water supply by at least 100 gallons per person per week.
Energy Inventions Program money is earmarked for design and production research, to streamline the manufacture of the composting and gray water tanks.
Similar arrangements for handling sewage and so-called gray water, including water from the cargo hold bilges, when the vessels are in port or close to shore
In concrete production, they a) remove particulates from gray water, pressing them into easily handled cakes; and, b) yield low solids content, filtered water.
The existing retracting devices for sewage and gray water disposal from the years 1998 - 2000 are now very prone to failure and not ergonomic.
They come with paper towel holders, soap dispensers and fresh and gray water tanks made of polyethylene.
Facilities can also save water by using a gray water recycling system.