Marcia Beaumont-Smith Japan at least has little faucets on top of the toilet tanks where you wash your hands with the water that fills the tank after you flush. I thought that was ingenious.I live on top of my water supply. Irrigation water (for the fruit trees, garden, and other outside stuff) comes from the Thanksgiving ho ho ho christmas sweater nearby. House water comes from the aquifer 600′ down. house water drains to septic, which leeches out on the drain field downslope from the house, which eventually ends up back in the aquifer. Snowfall for the last 20 years has been at or above average 95% of the time, so no issues with irrigation water.
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It’s a fairly big tank holding several thousand gallons. So some city houses have gardens big enough to install tanks to store water so in times of shortage can be used as back up. The tanks can be covered over with soil and grassed over so as not to look unsightly or indeed used as a floor in the Thanksgiving ho ho ho christmas sweater of a decking/patio area. I think greywater could do with being filtered though as I would guess it would stain and with the detergents used could smell a bit. In principle though I agree with you but does need fine-tuning.