When you wash your clothes, do you know where that water goes? Rather than letting this abundant resource go “down the drain” you can tap into it to sustainably irrigate your fruit trees and other landscape plants, getting your clothes and your conscience clean at the same time!
This hands-on workshop will teach and inspire participants to install their own “Laundry to Landscape” greywater system. Learn how easy it is to use the washing machine to irrigate fruit trees and more with this low cost, easy, and permit-free legal method of greywater reuse.
By the end of the day, participants will be able to design and install their own laundry to landscape greywater system with confidence. Cut down your water bill and grow an ecological and food producing garden.
$35 includes: Hands-on workshop and bonus materials
Limited to 15 participants
Location in Pacific Beach. The exact address will be sent out to all registered participants
Greywater can be confusing, but this workshop is designed to take the complication and mystery out of installing your own greywater system from the washing machine.
In this workshop, you will learn everything from the tools and parts needed to install your own greywater system as well as the techniques involved to make it easy.
No previous experience with plumbing required. All tools will be provided for your use during the class. Taught by Brook Sarson of Catching H20
Brook started her rainwater and greywater harvesting business in 2008 with the mission to be a resource to the San Diego Community for water harvesting. She was determined to create change from the ground up by showing homeowners, educators, and policy makers how simple and effective rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling can be. Her continued mantra has been that individual contributions create tremendous impact toward a larger water conservation strategy.
Leave your contact info and we will let you know. As a bonus we will send you a FREE plan for installing your own Laundry to Landscape greywater system detailing parts needed and general layout!