Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Direct Deposit

Brian, being obsessed with water supply, he is from California, in writing about water reuse, missed this little goodie which Eli found at the AGU in the Good Hotel (a nest of relatively low cost hotels near the Convention Center and in the coffee zone. ).  While this is rather simple, a bit of plumbing accomplishes the same thing with your sink of choice.

8 comments:

Tony Lee said...

So Japanese

James Annan said...

I was going to say, widespread in Japan including our old house. however, the issue there is a lack of space rather than water.

Brian said...

I knew they were Japanese but didn't know about them being a space issue.

Three years ago I was told they were illegal in California, but I guess not anymore. The general rule here is that graywater can't sit for more than 24 hours, but presumably they expect that water will get flushed pretty quickly.

Nice catch Eli - we need a lot more of these. Right now I just have a bucket in the shower and fill the toilet tank with that.

Russell Seitz said...

Abbey Rockefeller will be furious !

Anonymous said...

If you have one of these, where do you spit your toothpaste?


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EliRabett said...

Free choice

David B. Benson said...

Toliet to Tap?

Brian said...

David: try vice-versa.