Greywater Treatment in Concord, CA in Concord, CA, and Surrounding Areas
Water is a precious resource and in California, we know that better than most. Having a beautiful green lawn, lush landscaping and flowers, or even a raised garden bed all require having plenty of water, and with the high cost and limited supply of this essential ingredient, finding ways to re-use water is essential.
There are many ways to “Go Green” with regard to water efficiency in your home. For instance, installing water-saving showerheads and other fixtures throughout your house can reduce the chances of water being wasted while taking a shower or washing dishes. we can’t forget to mention that water-saving ideas can also equate to savings in the pocketbook.
Absolute Plumbing and Drain strives to be your preferred plumber in Concord, CA. We are proud to offer our outstanding services to the following locations and their surrounding areas:
Some other Green Plumbing initiatives include:
- Re-Circulation Pump: Without a re-circulation pump, hot water is pumped from your hot water tank, through the plumbing pipes and to the specific fixture that is demanding it. Once the fixture is turned off, the water that is inside of the pipes does not return to the tank but, rather sits in the pipes and cools down. The next time you need hot water, you turn on the faucet and wait for the cold water that you don’t need to rinse down the drain. A re-circulation pump helps to make sure that hot water is always available on-demand when the fixture is turned on. These pumps are inexpensive and very compact and take up very little room next to your hot water heater
- Greywater Treatment: Greywater is a term to describe the water that comes from your bathroom sinks, showers, bathtubs, and laundry or garage sink. This water does not ever come from toilets or kitchen sinks. From these sources, the water might contact trace amounts of food, dirt, grease, hair, and certain health and beauty or cleaning products. While this residue might be pollutants if released into lakes, rivers, or creeks, to the plants and lawn in your yard they are valuable sources of fertilizer. Reusing your home’s greywater is not only beneficial to the environment, as it keeps it out of the water treatment systems, it also saves you money on your monthly water bill as you are not using city water for your yard. The greywater treatment systems that we install are compact and require very little upkeep.
The team at Absolute Plumbing and Drain has more than ten years of experience helping Concord area homeowners implement water-saving systems like greywater treatment and re-circulation pumps. We are a certified Green plumber as well as holding Certification for Wastewater Professionals (CWEA). Making our team uniquely trained and qualified to install, repair, and maintain these systems.
The EPA has very strict regulations about the installation and function of greywater treatment systems. For instance, the greywater can only be left untreated for up to 72 hours, which requires having a system installed in such a way that meet this regulation. Also, there are many plumbing codes that must be adhered to when dealing with greywater treatment.
Being a Certified Green plumber as well as CWEA certified means that the team at Absolute Plumbing and Drain has the specialized and highly-skilled training to provide support for these crucial systems and can do so in accordance with State and Federal government regulations.
If you would like to learn how to save money on your monthly water bill, while conserving water and energy in your home, contact the experts at Absolute Plumbing and Drain or fill out the online form to schedule an appointment. We are committed to providing superior and cost-effective plumbing services to each of our customers. For more than a decade the highly-trained plumbers at Absolute Plumbing and Drain have been helping Concord area homeowners implement money-saving systems that conserve water and improve the efficiency of their homes! Absolute Plumbing in Concord California services the entire East Bay area, from Berkeley to Walnut Creek to Oakland, CA.