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Gray Water and Rainwater: Ways to Make Your Home More Water Efficient

Posted by Len Gilbert on October 23, 2010

Piedmont CONNECT Presents:

Gray Water and Rainwater: Ways to Make Your Home More Water Efficient

Join other interested Piedmonters to learn about rainwater and gray water capture and recycling possibilities for your home and garden.

Tuesday November 16th 7 – 8:30pm
Havens
Elementary School – Science Room – 344

2nd floor overlooking the Mulberry’s parking lot.
Enter through the Vista Ave.doors across from City Hall.

Our guest speaker will be John Russell of Oakland-based WaterSprout Landscape Design and Construction who will talk with us about ideas and opportunities to better conserve and reuse a precious resource – water – both in our homes and in our gardens.  WaterSprout has designed and installed several interesting and groundbreaking projects, including the first permitted gray water system in Berkeley and the first permitted rainwater system to supply toilets and laundry in the San Francisco Bay Area.  John’s presentation will also include some simple do-it-yourself options for individual households.

Mark your calendars to join us and learn about ways you can make your own home and garden more water efficient.  Since space is limited in the room, please RSVP and let us know you are coming at:   https://sites.google.com/site/connectpiedmontgl/home/graywater-rainwater-event

The goal of CONNECT is to bring together Piedmont residents who are interested in taking action towards an environmentally sustainable future.

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