Daron Williams wrote:I made another post asking about converting an existing septic system to use a subsurface constructed treatment wetland but my follow up question on a related but different topic is what is the quality of the water coming out of a subsurface constructed treatment wetland? Would it still be classified as grey water?
I'm currently considering having the water from the wetland flow into what will be a surface wetland which would overflow into a swale which will be lined by trees and finally that swale would overflow during high flow into a seasonal stream that flows through my property.
The seasonal stream is not recorded on any legal records and I'm planning on building a series of ponds in the stream channel. I have already checked with local regulators and no issues there.
What do you all think? Would this system effectively deal with any negative elements of the water coming out of the treatment wetland?
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