Gray Water

by schmidt on March 18, 2009 · 3 comments

in Sustainable Living,Water & Water Conservation

Gray water is one of these things that takes real commitment.  It is not an easy retrofit like solar pannels, once those are installed they pretty much run themselves.  But a water catchement system is a lifestyle change.  One book I read back a while ago, Design for Water by Heather Kinkade-Levario, is a great starting point.  And there are devices out there that you can use for a retrofit if you are going to go this route…I have a few hogs I bought on sale that I am going to hook up soon, they are pretty cool and if you have a way to get them installed I recommend them.  The Chronicle has a good piece today on Graywater as wel, and while it might not be at the top of your list when it comes to your next remodel, maybe you can think about ways to intgrate it.

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1 Janeth 10.23.15 at 10:44 pm

I hate plastic bags. I use them as ralrey as I can. I’ve bought myself a big cloth bag and use it whenever I go shopping: be it for food, clothes or otherwise.But. I have noticed I sometimes get really funny looks from sales people when I refuse their plastic bags. They look at me as if I’m some sort of freak!! 😀

2 auto insurance 12.14.15 at 5:08 am

I can’t believe you’re not playing with me–that was so helpful.

3 http://www./ 07.10.16 at 1:17 pm

La catastrophe n’est pas la traduction en littérature, on peut se venger, on leur balance Max Gallo ou Minc, traduits en arabe et ils sont morts les types; non le drame est la fiche technique traduite du japonais ou du chinois, je viens de faire péter mon grille-pain, pas plus tard que ce matin, ah putain!

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