Water reclaim/management transfer pump versus filter

Hey guys I’m new here to PWRA also newer to the business (established 2016). This is the first year that I’ve really been taking off with it as I also have an electrical sign company.

I am learning a lot here from you guys and I had a question about water reclaim. I’m in California and there is very strict rules about not letting water go down the storm drains. I can’t afford $3400 for the Hydrotek filtration system that will put the water back into the clean tank. However there is another unit (hydrotek rpv30e1 https://www.hydrotek.us/inventory/water-evacuation-system-with-pump-out/ )That sucks the water up and then pumps out into landscaping.

My question is do you usually find places to route the waste water into landscaping or would you need a gray water tank often? I have everything packed into an 8’ bed on my Chevy 2500 and adding a 100 gallon tank on top of my 200 gal buffer tank would be a little sketchy. See pics image image image

I am want to add that recovery unit to the middle between the bleach tank and hose reels. Eventually get rid of those two hose reel’s In the back and mount one New electric titan one to the left side of the pressure washer skid. Then put one more bleach tank on the left of it (where the hose reels currently are) so it’s bleach tank, recovery vac/transfer and bleach tank. Really wanted an azv88 but too much money at the moment. I think I’m gonna eliminate the buffet tank hose reel to save space and use the zero-g pro hoses to fill the buffer tank as it can be wrapped up and put into 1/3 of a 5 gallon bucket https://www.amazon.com/zero-G-4300-75-zeroG-Garden-Green/dp/B07HB5HPTP/ref=asc_df_B07HB5HPTP/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=309735714375&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=14132567155607461244&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9052636&hvtargid=pla-639572628398&psc=1

Used to have it all on trailer but hated navigating that thing!