Pandemics exacerbate the water crisis, increase hygiene awareness, and the households practice hand washing more regularly, increasing household water demand by 20 – 25 per cent. One of the promising steps for water resourcing is greywater treatment.
Grey water is the wastewater generated from kitchen sinks, washbasin and laundry. In India, urban households generate more than 50% of grey water and less than 5% of grey water is recycled.
Nearly, 65-70% of the total water supply in rural areas is converted to greywater after use. Most rural areas in the country let domestic run-offs of greywater collect in open areas or flow into water bodies. This leads to diseases and pathogens breeding.
For decades India has been facing severe water crises due to the increasing population and growing water demands. Now the rising water scarcity in India has accelerated the use of treated waste as an alternate option to fulfil the water demands.
For urban areas, meeting excess water demands is a massive challenge. Daiki Axis Johkasou decentralized STP is providing a commercially feasible water resourcing facility to overcome the challenges of water resourcing. The treated wastewater from decentralized STP is so clean, making it fit to be reused for various non-potable activities such as gardening, horticulture, construction etc.