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How does the use of greywater differ from water reclamation?
a. If collected separately, greywater can be used for certain applications without treatment.
b. Greywater use is more costly than water reclamation.
c. Water obtained from water reclamation processes can be used for drinking, while greywater
d. Greywater has been mixed with sewage while water used in water reclamation is derived from
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C. Water obtained from water reclamation processes can be used for drinking, but green water cannot.
Water is wastewater generated from domestic activities such as laundry, dishwasher and bathing, which can be recycled on site for uses such as landscape irrigation and built wetlands.
-Water water is different from water from the toilets designated as sewage or black water to indicate the presence of human waste. Green water is of lesser quality than water directly from your faucet, but of higher quality than black water, hence the appropriateness of the term green water.