California Approves New Graywater Standard
California can now legally install simple laundry and single fixture systems without a permit. Licensed professionals can now legally help with existing graywater systems. On July 31 the California Buildings Standards Commission (BSC) approved new graywater standards. The new emergency rules took effect on August 4, 2009 (18 months ahead of schedule).
The new systems will provide non-potable water for irrigation, and are expected to replace many millions of gallons of drinking water normally used for that purpose. BSC is also revising California’s Green Building Standards to include many new mandatory and voluntary measures to reduce negative impacts and increase positive impacts of California buildings.
Who can give you a WATER AUDIT in Marin County?
Contact Rogers Remodel Inc.
Note: This video was produced BEFORE California’s new greywater rules went into effect in August 2009.