what is the best way(s) to handle cloth diaper water coming out of a the laundry machine?
some say baby poop is not to be worried about in the same way as older human poop — some say it should be treated as black water — some say it's fine to divert it into a bog with some willow and cottonwood trees
what i'm thinking currently is this.. scrape off all the poop i can from the diaper into the dry (poop mostly, no urine) compost bin that eventually forms poop jerky over time
the little bit left on the diaper, divert the washing machine water into a bog with willows, cottonwoods, etc — i think it will be such a minuscule amount that it even could be pumped directly into the front lawn but just to be safe a bog seems better perhaps
alternatively is there some kind of filter i could attach to catch the washing machine fluid which would filter out the black water from the grey water?
any and all insights, comments, questions, etc.. are welcome and appreciated — i'm trying to find a formal process which makes sense because it doesn't seem like anyone has developed such a process for cloth diaper washing fluid yet on the internets
there is another post on this subject but i thought i would try a fresh post for some more perspectives :)