for a sustainable water future

FULL: Greywater Installer’s Workshop (5 day) May 12-16, 2014 at L.A. Eco-Village

This workshop is full. We offer these courses about once a year.  But let us know if you’d like to sign up for one sooner

Interested in learning all about greywater, installing your own system, or becoming a greywater installer for your area? This course is designed for people with either basic plumbing, landscaping, or permaculture skills who want to learn how to design and build simple, low-tech residential greywater systems. The course will cover five common greywater systems, how to determine which is appropriate for the site, and how to install them. It will also cover plants, products, codes, and more advanced greywater systems.

Participants will be eligible to take an exam and conduct an installation, to become certified, having their contact info listed on the Greywater Action website, a portal for greywater inquiries from across the country, and join a listserve of other installers to share info and experiences.

Who should attend: Landscapers, Plumbers, Homeowners, Tradespeople, Water conservation officers, Code inspectors, Environmentalists.

You receive: continental breakfast, a greywater book and binder, as well as certification with Greywater Action (if all course requirements are met).


Water workshops at L.A. Eco-Village are sponsored by Greywater Action:
and coordinated by LAEV resident member and Greywater Action founding member Laura Allen

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