Kill Your Plumbing 

The Greywater Guerrillas say it's time to use less water.

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"I'm coming from a place of being totally indoctrinated," she said. "I understand the mindset of formal training about following the code, but in this case it is more important to be reusing the water." With reasonable standards, she added, local utility districts could educate their clients on how to safely recycling graywater. "This precious thing, clean potable water at our tap, that much of the world wished they had, we use it once and dump it. We need to rethink our whole relationship to water."

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