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Yury Smirnov
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My dear friends,
I thought you might be interested in this Abundance of Water Garden & Home eco webinar, created by my friend Alosha, which is starting online next week - for free: https://ou369.isrefer.com/go/1618/yury/
In these 3 online video tutorials you will learn:
* How to transform your garden & home into a living paradise whilst getting 5 uses from waste water
* A full tour of our off the water grid garden with 4 types of DIY discrete water storage options
* How all the different homemade water eco systems work together in a city garden
* How to safely utilise all of your kitchen water in your garden though a start to finish DIY project
* How to completely avoid water restrictions
Click here to join the Garden & Home Webinar:
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Thanks for sharing that. 

Here's the promotional video so you can see what it's all about.

 
Peter VanDerWal
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If you're able to collect 21,000 liters (5,548 gallons) of grey water per month, I'm thinking your first step aught to be trying to conserve water.  Even the average house in the USA (which is quite wasteful) doesn't produce anywhere near that much grey water per month.


FWIW My wife and I use less than 6,000 liters (~1,560 gallons) per month(in just the house, not the garden), we harvest about 1/2 of that as grey water.  We cold probably get a little more, but diminishing returns make it not worth the cost/effort.
 
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Peter VanDerWal wrote:If you're able to collect 21,000 liters (5,548 gallons) of grey water per month, I'm thinking your first step aught to be trying to conserve water.  Even the average house in the USA (which is quite wasteful) doesn't produce anywhere near that much grey water per month.

FWIW My wife and I use less than 6,000 liters (~1,560 gallons) per month(in just the house, not the garden), we harvest about 1/2 of that as grey water.  We cold probably get a little more, but diminishing returns make it not worth the cost/effort.


I see no problem in this. Less grey water makes it easier. You have a chance to ask this question directly to the author.
 
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