At the moment water has become a premium
This was very vividly experienced by a nursing home in our community when the ran out of water as the the municipal also ran dry
They have ample rainwater tanks but rain has also been absent for a long time
The laundry uses the most water
So this is what I am trying to ascertain;
Is there a way to treat the water from the laundry to be used again ... it need not be potable
I found this on the internet
Class A recycled water
Following the successful trial of Class A recycled water for clothes washing, Western Water’s Board has approved the use of recycled water in the laundry in estates with dual supply. In many new residential estates in Western Water’s service region,
Class A recycled water is currently used for residential garden watering, toilet
flushing, fire protection, irrigation of public land and food crops.
The use of Class A recycled water for clothes washing has been approved by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Environmental Protection Authority(EPA).
This use is already implemented in different regions across Australia