oneeyeddick wrote:Bleach, a .2 micron water filter and a carbon cartridge combined with a reverse osmosis sytem will make your gray water just fine for using in a swamp cooler.
Using a spin-down beforehand will get rid of all the pubic hair and dirt and hippy chunks before it clogs the above mentioned system.
Snow wrote:OK back on topic. What would the difference be between a swamp cooler and the umpteen greywater evap systems already in use? Ideally only water would be evaporating and leaving the system, cleaned by distillation. Although not entirely true as any VOC's would also vaporize, but that would be negligible. Sure the cooler itself my get nasty and be a bio hazzard, but its vapor should be clean. I'd worry about the smell it'd be blowing in your shade structure. Now a greywater mister system would just be plain nasty (unsanitary).
to111ny wrote:has anyone figured out how to use grey water as a swamp cooler for your shade area
Ugly Dougly wrote:Chunky bits? From your shower?
oneeyeddick wrote:But what about UV light filters?
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