Greywater for a Parched Planet - Quenching California's thirst for lush landscapes/ local food prod
As the water crisis drags out, greywater as a non-potable water source in California, is increasingly stepping into the fray - a reliable source for irrigation and local food production, not dependent on the weather report. And thanks to the recent ruling on August 4th, by the California Building Standards Commission (CBSC), it's now affordable for residential customers to install single fixture, 'laundry to landscape' greywater systems. No permit required. But the brouhaha over permitting for greywater systems is still raging. Many counties are still requiring expensive perk tests for even the simplest of systems.
Come participate in an insightful discussion about model greywater ordinances, and the latest thinking in water and ecological landscapes including furturistic schemes for vertical farming in high density residential developments.
AIA San Francisco
130 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94606
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