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Secure you Premises

Protect your Business

Manage your Time

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Visually understand your Business and Environment

Find Geographic Features

Search GIS Database to find point, line, area, and surface features by their descriptions, measurements and coordinates

Measure Geographic Features

Measure lenght, widths, areas and volumes and compare sizes from one feature to another. Create proximity buffers to establish how far away you are from your stakeholders and resources.

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Greywater is slightly used water from your bathroom sink, shower, bath, and washing machine. Reuse your grey water for garden irrigation or toilet flushing. The easiest way to use grey water is to pipe it directly outside and use it to water ornamental plants.

  • Don’t store grey water for more than 24 hours.
  • Keep your system as simple as possible.
  • Avoid pumps, and filters that need upkeep.

Simple systems last longer, require less maintenance, less energy, and cost less. Washing machines are typically the easiest source of grey water that can be reused, because grey water can be diverted from them without cutting into existing plumbing. One can also connect a pipe to the drain pipe from the bathroom, to collect the water from the bath and shower.

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