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# 77 tinkering with the plumbing

 
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What about a diverter and off/on valve in front of a spigot connected to separate water lines from sink, toilet, etc...
for urban homes for access to both city lines and grey
water access. Has anyone done this?
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Try reading from these sites. Usually I can find the answer to water and gray water questions at one of these places:

http://greywateraction.org/

http://www.harvestingrainwater.com/

http://www.oasisdesign.net/index.htm

Look at the links or section of "resources" at each site and it will take you to more good information. I like to read from the WHO site too and they link to all sorts of projects.
 
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