Dual system

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Official WHO Definition

A situation in which a second plumbing system is installed alongside the system for provision of drinking-water. An example is a potable drinking-water system and a greywater system in the same facility (WHO 2006).Two separate water piping systems distributing water to customers, one carrying potable water and the other conveying lesser-quality water (e.g., non-potable reclaimed water) for reuse purposes (Symons et al. 2000). A dual hot water system is a system where there is more than one source of energy used to heat water either directly or indirectly (Doyle KM 1990). 

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Symons, J. M., Bradley, L. C. Jr. and Cleveland, T. C. 2000. The Drinking Water Dictionary. American Water Works Association WHO (2006) Health Aspects of Plumbing Doyle KM (1990) Plumbing and gas fitting. Vol. 2:  Services and roofing.  


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