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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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A drain pipe or hose empties gray water into the pit.
The agency first started working on the regulation of gray water recycling systems in August.
For about three years I lived in a small house that had gray water for the kitchen sink and washing machine.
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).
Both Northern Testing Laboratories and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Environmental Technology Laboratory are collecting data to verify the effluent quality of the gray water released by the AlasCan system.
Design implements the unloading buffer of the Basic Separation series with above ground gray water agitation tanks that have been the company signature for years.
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.
Environmentally sensitive features indude water- and energy-efficient buildings, gray water recycling, organic gardens and the use of native plants.
Discharges from dishwashers, washing machines, sinks, showers, aquariums, and waterbeds are examples of gray water. Extensive gray-water contamination (flooding) or gray water exposed to environmental stresses (time and temperature changes) can progress to Category 3 water in as little as 48 hours.
Then, as this prefilter clogs from the accumulation of moss, it can be moved for use as a gray water filter.