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Setting up a full willow feeder isn’t possible for those living on a small property, in an apartment, or as part of an HOA. Even so, there are other ways for one to expand their skills and take actions when it comes to working with greywater.

Sand

Use a bowl of shaving water
Use a bucket of water from a shower
Use water from a dishpan
Craft a bucket toilet for emergency use
Give urine to growies
Build a compact greywater filter for use in a future location.
Prepare a bucket of sawdust and/or wood ash for use with a composting toilet.

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