Greywater Basics: Reusing Household Water Workshop: Feb 9

Adult Greywater Workshop with Guadalupe River Park Conservancy

Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013  |  Updated 1:41 PM PDT
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Greywater Basics: Reusing Household Water Workshop: Feb 9

Join Guadalupe River Park Conservancy and certified greywater installer Alan Hackler to learn how to safely and easily reuse your laundry, sink or shower water in your home garden. In this three-hour workshop, Alan will cover local codes and regulations, greywater safe soaps, and the simple plumbing modifications needed to redirect your household water into your backyard garden. The second half of the workshop will be hands-on, and participants will have the chance to work with the parts and tools necessary to install a simple greywater system. In addition to being a certified greywater installer, Alan Hackler is a talented landscape designer and the owner of Bay Maples landscaping.

When: Saturday, February 9th, 9:00am - 12:00pm

Where: Guadalupe River Park & Gardens Visitor & Education Center: 438 Coleman Ave, San Jose

Age Restrictions: Age 18 and Up

Cost: $10/members, $15/non-members

* Pre registration is required, and space is limited!

For more information, check out Guadalupe River Park Conservancy

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