Hi, I don't have a particular greywater design in mind, but have been reading up in anticipation of a future dwelling on my land, which will probably start out as an agricultural building with kitchen and toilet block, likely fed by municipal agricultural water (from the mountains without any treatment). Grey water from the sinks and possibly urine will go to irrigation as water is very scarce round here.
Our temperatures are usually in the range of 20C - 40C, and I've read that legionella thrive in the top end of this range. If I put in a system of pond(s), reed bed(s) and storage tank(s), is legionella something I need to worry about, and if so how do I ensure it's not a problem. Thanks.