for a sustainable water future

Drought-Proof Your Landscape with Greywater July 2, 2014 at 7pm at L.A. Eco-Village with Laura Allen

Interested in Reusing Greywater?

Greywater is water from sinks, showers, and washing machines. Instead of sending it down the sewer it can be safely and simply redirected into the landscape for irrigation. Reusing household greywater saves water, saves time, and reduces water flowing into the sewer system. Find out if a greywater system is a good match for your home and landscape in our informative evening slideshow presentation “Drought-Proof Your Landscape with Greywater”. 

Learn about

  • Common types of systems
  • Advantages and limitation of different systems
  • Plant friendly soaps and products
  • How much water you may save
  • System costs
  • Codes and regulations.

Location: 7pm-8:30pm at  Los Angeles Eco Village 117 Bimini Place Los Angeles, CA 90004

Cost: $5 to $15 sliding scale. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Come join this event, no RSVP required.

This talk sponsored by Greywater Action in association with Urban Soil/Tierra Urbana and CRSP.
About Laura Allen
Laura is a founding member of Greywater Action and a resident-member of Los Angeles Eco-Village.  She has spent a decade exploring low-tech, urban sustainable water solutions. She has a BA in Environmental Science, a teaching credential and a masters in education from New College of CA. She is a co-editor of the anthology Dam Nation: Dispatches from the Water Underground. Laura leads classes and workshops on urban ecological sanitation technologies of rainwater harvesting, greywater reuse and composting toilets. Laura also works with the Greywater Alliance to help remove institutional barriers to sustainable water use.

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