A MUStRAIN case study on greywater reuse in keyhole and vertical gardens in Ethiopia.
Published on: 24/12/2013
Having a vegetable garden at the homestead can help improve nutrition, while surplus production may be an important source of income. Greywater is a valuable source of water in (semi) arid areas and helps reduce pollution of the compound.
The case study Greywater reuse interventions: keyhole and vertical gardens compares two practices of household gardening in which vegetables are watered using greywater (household wastewater from kitchen and washing).
The case study is part of the MUStRAIN case study series in which the uptake of Multiple Use Services (MUS) in different contexts within Ethiopia is being documented. The case studies analyse cost-benefit relations as well as opportunities and challenges for implementation of MUS.