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Installation of diverter valve for greywater system at new home construction site. A branched greywater system diverts discarded water from sinks and washing machines away from sewage lines, and recycles it back via a gravity fed drain system for irrigation and back into the aquifer. Los Angeles, California, USA

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Installation of diverter valve for greywater system at new home construction site. A branched greywater system diverts discarded water from sinks and washing machines away from sewage lines, and recycles it back via a gravity fed drain system for irrigation and back into the aquifer. Los Angeles, California, USA

Filename: US_CA_48_3325_greywater_system.jpg
Source: Citizen of the Planet
Date 7 Nov 2013
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Credit: Peter Bennett/Citizen of the Planet
Copyright: Peter Bennett
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