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Graywater Workshop

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Have you ever thought of re-using water from your shower or washing machine to irrigate your landscape? Maybe you didn't even know it was possible. Your great-grandmother might not have considered using water twice to be a big deal—it was just common practice back then. These days, as we all think about ways to use less water around our homes, the subject of graywater is gaining popularity again.

What
  • Workshops
When Aug 23, 2012
from 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm
Where Portland, OR
Contact Name
Contact Phone 503-935-5366
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Have you ever thought of re-using water from your shower or washing machine to irrigate your landscape? Maybe you didn't even know it was possible. Your great-grandmother might not have considered using water twice to be a big deal—it was just common practice back then. These days, as we all think about ways to use less water around our homes, the subject of graywater is gaining popularity again.

In this workshop you will learn:
o    What graywater is and what it can be used for
o    How to get a permit for a graywater system for your home or business
o    Common mistakes to avoid when planning and permitting a graywater system

Presenters:
Ron Doughten - Water Reuse Program, OR Department of Environmental Quality John Sisk - Residential Plumbing Inspector, Bureau of Development Services, City of Portland Space is limited and pre-registration is required:

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