This is a nice BB to couple with the Nest "do dishes by hand" BB, however old habits die hard and I had half the sink drained before I realized my mistake. Good thing there is no shortage of dishes! So, the following load I learned from my error and saved the water. Seventh Generation dish soap was the soap used. Here is some information about the soap:
"While there are no standard requirements for greywater-safe products here in the US, Australia has a strict standard for assessing products for greywater compatibility... Have a greywater system in place? We’re got you covered! Seventh Generation laundry detergents, hand dish, and auto dish products are made with greywater systems in mind, meeting all Australian standards and requirements."
I removed the water from the sink and put it into a five gallon bin. It appears to be right at or above three gallons. Then a young lilac got watered with it.
[disclaimer on some of the photos: one lens of my camera broke while crawling around under a mobile home, and it was marvelously repaired by Kapton tape - and is thus yellow]
Each vessel is 1+ gallon of liquid, some of it nice and bioactive like the whey (because my whey jar was full, it comes every day, sometimes you don't need more).
figs1-6 document the three different wash'n'dumps.