Toilet water recycling system

A water recycling and treatment system is provided having an aeration chamber, a reaction chamber, a water tank, and a plurality of pumps. The water tank houses the treated water and is the source source for supplying water into different water requirements. The first pump receives waste water from a garbage supply, like a toilet, and pumps it into the aeration chamber. The aeration chamber originally fixes the water and moves the contents there through another pump into the reaction chamber. The water is secondarily treated by the reaction chamber and thereafter pumped into the tank. The first pump also receives a continual source of treated water in the tank. The aeration chamber and reaction chamber contains therein a plurality of specially treated wood processors, and a bio-colony consisting of different microbes and bacteria introduced into the wood chips.

 

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BACKGROUND

 

 

I. Field of The Invention

 

 
The current invention relates to a water recycling system. More particularly, the present invention relates to a water treatment and recycling system capable of receiving waste water from and supplying treated water to one or more bathrooms.
 

 

II.

Description of the Prior Art
 

 
Water treatment methods for treating and recycling waste water from toilets are known from the prior art. Some systems use a blend of substances and filters to deal with waste water. Other systems utilize biological treatmentconsisting of bacteria and microbes. Some systems involve using one anaerobic biological treatment room for waste water while some involve the use of different aerobic and anaerobic treatment chambers.
 

 
Other traditional methods incorporate a precipitation/separation procedure followed by a filtration cycle for waste water containing feces. The influx of the feces then stays in its location where separation of the solids and liquids occur. Solidsare then collected annually to be discarded and staying liquids which are in its anaerobic state are discharged. The disadvantage of this process is that it has a low rate of water treatment capability, and further it can pose a threat to the groundwater when it’s discharged to the environment. Because of this, fluids and fluids collected from this procedure need to be discarded with extreme caution as to not pollute our environment.
 

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