Proud member of the United Nations'
Global Waste Water Initiative (GW2I) 
The Grey Water Project
Conserving Water Starts With Us

Four years ago, when I visited the county of Tulare for an Archery competition, I saw the first hand the effects of crippling drought.  California has been in a severe drought for many years now. I talked to people whose wells have run dry, leaving them waterless, and farmers who have lost their years’ crops. I wanted to find a way help people conserve water. When I went to India soon after this, I found that California is not alone in dealing with drought, and I learned about the impact of failed monsoons. Peoples’ lands had become un-farmable and whole villages had been abandoned. I was particularly interested in reuse of greywater, especially from the laundry. So I set out to research on grey water and also started my organization in 2016 to promote the reuse of grey water. 

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Shreya Ramachandran

I am a sophomore at American High School in Fremont, CA who is passionate about  grey water reuse and water conservation.


My Research

I have been researching on grey water for the past four years. If you are interested in knowing about my research please contact me and I would be happy to share it with you.

About Me

My Inspiration

I conduct workshops and presentations to spread the word about the safe reuse of grey water especially through 'laundry to lawn' systems. I also help those interested in installing a grey water system.

I promote 'Water Conservation' by conducting programs at schools and libraries and I have a 'Water Challenge' through my website for kids and adults. 

I have a hands-on 'Water Conservation Curriculum' including grey water, for Elementary School students which can be used by the teachers as a part of their science class. The teachers can use it themselves or I can work with them to present it at their school. If you are interested in implementing one at your school please contact me through the 'Contact us' form.

What do I do?