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I collect water in a bucket using extension feeder pipe as shown in figure. I reuse the water released from system for daily household cleaning purpose. I checked the TDS value at all stages and it is as following: Source (Tap Water from government): 800-850 ppm Filtered water (RO+UV): 120-130 ppm Released water (stored in bucket): 1000-1100 ppm Released ...


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I couldn't find a source for the economic impact of cloth napkins, but there are numerous studies that examine the environmental impact of cotton bags over plastic and paper. I know it's not a 100% comparison, but we have to use these since we don't know the environmental impact of a single paper and cloth napkin. One study out of England found that you need ...


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You can smash them yourself and use them for all sorts of things: As an art medium (great for mosaics!). To line the bottom plant pots to allow better draining and avoid root rot. Put the pieces in sealed jars to make cat toys. Use as pieces when creating new ceramics. Use pieces to create a walkway from a dirt path. Use to delineate the edge of a trail, a ...


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I have been up cycling ceramic pots by adding paint, clay design and texture and repurposing them - to make them lovable again 😊


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Yes. This would be absolutely fine for plants. It would be almost pure water - not dissimilar to distilled water.


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