For anyone who has knowledge and a couple minutes... trying to get a clear sense of what options exist for septic and nontraditional wastewater systems in Vermont. Anyone with experience doing this, especially if you've used an outhouse, a system involving humanure, etc—— all input appreciated.
Ghislaine de Lessines
Location: Vermont, annual average precipitation is 39.87 Inches
Yup I can answer this one too. We should talk. Im not opposed to sub dividing our 80 acres to someone who understands off grid and taking care of land. Jules
Cherry Plain Sanctuary Farm, home to a lovely Quarterhorse mare, a lovely Standardbred mare, a lovely Standardbred/Haflinger filly, two mules, two llamas, many bees, seven cats, three weimeraners, three humans, and the ever expanding plant kingdom.
If there was no limitation what kind of system would you like to build?
I am going to assume that you would like to tackle 3 things
1) Grow food with the humanure that you collect from your "septic tank"
2) Do away with a septic tank and have a all in one composting system
3) Removing your grey water from the septic tank and drain field, instead watering growing plants.
Iterations are fine, we don't have to be perfect
Location: Rural Unincorporated Los Angeles County Zone 10b