How to scale-up greywater reuse in Jordan and Egypt
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Greywater – wastewater generated by household water use, excluding toilet water – is a potentially valuable resource. Studies show that between 50-70% of the total wastewater produced by a household can be treated and reused for irrigation, as well as for flushing toilets. Why are smallholders in Jordan not using greywater recycling technology? And what can be learned by from their experience to improve uptake in Egypt?