From the Winston-Salem Journal:
[Swinson and her team] won an additional $90,000 from the EPA's P3 competition to continue the research and develop a system to recycle the rinse water at Haircut 101 for a two-year project. The team also received an additional $1,000 from the Chemical Engineers Society and will give a presentation at the group's annual conference.
Wastewater from bathing, shampooing, dishwashing, mopping or other household uses is known as graywater. It's often cloudy, unlike clear drinking water, but it also differs from sewage, which is known as blackwater and contains human waste.
Full article here.