Graywater System

New rules regarding graywater systems were written by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and went into effect on January 6, 2005.

Graywater can be used in a variety of ways, and the simplest way is in irrigation of landscape at residences.

If you would like more information on graywater systems, please give us a call at (512) 338-1804. We'd be happy to show you how easy it can be to protect and preserve our precious water resources. (It could even save you money!)


Some interesting products for graywater systems, distributed by Snowden Onsite Services, Inc. (SOS) can be viewed at: Grey Water Systems



Previous Article : Septic Inspection - - Next Article : Drainfield

Featured Articles
Providing Quality Service...Guaranteed In the Greater Austin Area of Travis, Hays, Williamson, Burnet, & Bastrop Counties , San Leanna, Creedmoor, Webberville, Hays County, Kyle, WoodCreek, Williamson County, Florence, Serenada, Misc Locations, Bell County.
Call (512) 338-1804 for fast, dependable service.
Aerobic Treatment Unit First, please understand that the State has clearly stated it is the owner's responsibility to operate the aerobic treatment unit in compliance with all regulations...
Pumping Frequencies The table below provides an estimate of pumping frequency in years, based on the size of the first tank in gallons, and the number of...
Why Stay On A Septic System? Top 5 Reasons for Preserving Onsite as a Viable, Even Preferred, Sewage Management Option: Better protection of public health is possible ...
  • Septic Disposal Do not use in-sink garbage grinders excessively or discard too much grease. Garbage grinders can cause sludge or...
  • Septic Repairs We're here because nobody else wants to handle other folks' waste, but somebody must. We do the...
  • Septic Sewage The concentration of the activated sludge solids and the condition of those biological solids determines the effectiveness of...
  • Failure Septic System The most obvious septic system failures are easy to spot. Check for pooling water or muddy soil around...
  • Septic Problems Why Doesn't My [New] Septic Work?In Texas, the rules currently governing septic systems are minimum standards. In other...