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DIYers: This WMG Greywater Training Is Designed For You

Washing laundry accounts for nearly 22% of indoor home water use in the U.S. With a laundry-to-landscape (L2L) greywater system you can put that water to use to grow fruit and shade trees and create a lush landscape at your home. Join Watershed Management Group for this two-part training in DIY L2L System Design and Installation and start putting your laundry water to good use.

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The benefits of a laundry-to-landscape greywater system include: 1) delivery of laundry greywater up to 100 feet into the landscape and 2) specialized plumbing that allows users to fine tune the amount of greywater irrigating specific landscape areas or plants.

Schedule

Session 1

Saturday, July 12, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

  • Design and plan your L2L system
  • Select system component to fulfill your needs
  • Satisfy the educational requirement to qualify for the Tucson Water Gray Water rebate
    ** This rebate will refund ½ the cost of your L2L system, up to $1,000—visit the Tucson Water website for details.

Session 2

Saturday, July 26choose a 1-hour appt at 9:00 or 10:00 a.m.

  • Walk through installation of an L2L system, using photos and an active example at our Living Lab & Learning Center

** You must be available to attend both sessions, which will be held at WMG’s Living Lab & Learning Center, 1137 N Dodge Blvd, Tucson.

Fees

Cost for the two-part training is $125—Co-op members who have earned hours receive a $25 discount on registration.

The registration fee includes a kit containing basic L2L system components (valued at $30) Additional parts to fit your system needs can be ordered through WMG at an additional charge. Download this pdf for a detailed cost breakdown and description of parts before you register.

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To reserve your space, register online and make your payment before July 7, 2014.

Additional services available

This training is intended as an instructional course for Do-It-Yourself installation. Watershed Management Group will not install your system at your home as part of this training. You can schedule a follow-up site visit with a trained WMG project manager to inspect and help troubleshoot or fine tune your installation at $45/hour.

If you would prefer to have your system installed by us through our Green-Living Co-op program, please submit your request here. Costs for L2L Greywater system installation under this option range from $700 1,500.