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CANCELLED: Greywater Systems for the Home Workshop Saturday, February 25, 10:00 am

Don't wait another year to get started!

CANCELLED: Greywater Systems for the Home Workshop
Event Type

Workshop

Duration

2.5 Hours

Age

Ages 18 and up

Price

ADVANCED workshop
$30 Members / $40 Non-members

Location

The Ecology Center
32701 Alipaz Street
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
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Details

Please wear closed-toe shoes and clothing suitable for gardening in the outdoors. We recommend you bring a garden hat, sunscreen and a reusable water bottle/canteen.

We will be taking pictures and possibly video to use on our website, social and other educational media, and by registering for this workshop you agree to our photo/video release policy.

Cancellation Policy: We understand your plans may change. We will give you credit toward a future program if you cancel at least 24 hours in advance. Credit must be redeemed within 90 days of issue. To account for our preparation and our instructor’s time, we cannot give refunds or credits if cancelled with less than 24-hours notice or in the event of a no-show.

The average four person household sends over 38,000 gallons of reusable water down the drain each year from its bathrooms and appliances. With a Laundry-to-Landscape greywater system, you can divert most of this water into your garden instead of the ocean. This system benefits your home, garden, community, local ecology and ecosystems, and your wallet. Once installed, it’s a passive and impactful way to conserve and reuse good water everyday.

After this advanced level workshop, you will know:

  • The difference between clear water, greywater, and blackwater
  • A few simple and common types of home greywater systems
  • How to build a Laundry-to-Landscape system step-by-step

At the end, we’ll mock-up a Laundry-to-Landscape & Branched Drain system with real parts!

INSTRUCTOR BIO

Sergio Scabuzza began installing greywater systems for Greywater Corps in early 2014, and has over 15 years of management experience in the construction industry. He holds several certifications and is trained in greywater systems installation, water harvesting, permaculture, natural building, and native landscaping. Sergio is originally from Argentina, and lives in Topanga Canyon.