Potable water is drinkable water. It flows from faucets and showerheads and is used in dishwashers, all of which require clean water for sanitary purposes. Potable water is also used to flush toilets and irrigate landscapes – both are functions that could easily use greywater (recycled water) without compromising efficiency. Where feasible, greywater should be used for these functions.
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Energy intensity down 28.6% vs. 2003 ï‚¢ Water intensity down 34.5% vs. 2007 ï‚¢ GHG...impacting Federal agencies ENERGY AND WATER MANAGEMENT 5 FY 2019 Data (Preliminary/nothttps://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › Iswg › iswg-case-studies › ISWG Briefing on VA Energy Program 200423.pdf
Solar Biomass WATER Potable water distribution Water/ wastewater treatment...Conservation, Ecology Materials, Energy, Water Collaboration, Planning, Economy Emissionshttps://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › Iswg › iswg-tools › Sustainable Infrastructure and the Role of Envision.pdf
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