• 5 Ways To Utilize RO Reject Water

    RO water purifiers are a necessity for every home. However, most RO purifiers reject approximately 75% water during the purification process. This rejected water is free of bacteria, viruses and has only dissolved impurities, making it ideal for household chores.

    KENT, as a category leader and socially responsible organization with an environmental conscience, has introduced Save Water TechnologyTM, which provides the highest recovery rate of up to 50%. The advanced technology uses a computer-controlled process to recover more purified water compared to ‘reject water’. This revolutionary technology has been has been awarded UNESCO Water Digest Water Award 2017-18 for a high water recovery rate.

    Here are 5 Ways To Make The Best Use Of Rejected Water when using an RO Purifier:

  • Use A Reject Water Tank

    1. Use A Reject Water Tank

    The small amount of water that is rejected from your RO can be collected in a Reject Water tank. You may choose to acquire the KENT RO Reject Water Tank, which is an optional purchase with the Kent RO and is extremely useful for collecting the ‘reject water’ that can be used in different household chores.

  • 2. Use Reject Water For Cleaning Utensils

    Cleaning utensils is a smart way to use RO reject water. Store the water in a separate tank and use it to rinse the utensils before scrubbing to reduce wastage.

    Use Reject Water for Cleaning Utensils
  • Great Idea for Mopping Floors

    3. Use Reject Water For Mopping Floors

    Mopping floors require approximately 10-litres of water. Since RO reject water is clean except for dissolved impurities, it is perfect for mopping floors, instead of wasting fresh water.

  • 4. Use Reject Water For Watering your Garden

    You can use RO reject water for watering your plants inside and outside your home. This is a great way to reuse waste water, especially in areas that face water shortage problem.

    Safe For Watering your Garden
  • Repurpose For Car Cleaning and Air Coolers

    5. Use Reject Water For Car Cleaning and Air Coolers

    Approximately 7 buckets of water are required to wash a car. Instead of using fresh water, store the rejected water in a separate tank and use it for washing cars. In addition, you can also use the reject water for water-based air coolers during summer.