For many, water scarcity is a fact of life. In fact, 51% of the United States was in drought as of March 2022, according to the National Integrated Drought Information System. The Southwest is facing a particularly severe drought which began in 2000 and has continued ever since. A recent study noted that the megadrought in the western United States is the driest 20 year period in at least the last 1,200 years.
Greywater reuse is an increasingly popular way to keep landscapes green and productive in the face of droughts and water scarcity. Greywater saves water, conserves resources, and also offers credits for home efficiency scores, such as LEED points.
In this Advanced Greywater Design course, learn from experienced educator, Laura Allen, as she teaches how you can tap into greywater for your home or how to offer this service to your clients. Students will learn about how popular greywater systems work, how to build code-compliant greywater systems, calculations to properly design greywater systems, soil testing, health and safety considerations, and much more.
Graduates of this course will be equipped with the knowledge to build greywater systems for themselves and their clients. Laura will be available via the discussion board to answer questions that arise while putting the content into practice.
Advanced Greywater Design will be released in August 2022. 50% discounts will be provided for students that enroll prior to June 30th. Simply us the discount code "greywatersupporter" to receive this early bird discount.
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