Drinking clean water is essential for life because this will make you stay away from waterborne disease and even let you stay healthy.
To ensure that you consuming clean drinking water, people use RO water purifier, which is very effective in removing the contaminants from water and make it 100% pure to be consumed.
Though RO-based water purifiers are regarded as one of the best, but it also has one limitation.
The limitation is that during the purification, a lot of water gets rejected (impure water).
To purify one liter of water, RO purifier dumps at least three liters of water, which we regard as throwaway water that cannot be used for drinking.
This might be a serious concern because what we know is that the percentage of drinking water is very less and we need to save water from getting wasted.
Though it is true that we need to preserve water, but you might be thinking what to do with the rejected RO water? The water that has been rejected can be used for various household purposes.
Whether you need to wash your car, water the plants, mop the floor or wash utensils, you can use the rejected RO water to ensure that there is no wastage.
Many of the water purifiers have just a tube attached to the outlet from where the rejected water gets runoff. This can store by keeping a bucket or drum underneath the outlet pipe and collect the rejected water.