In other news, I've had an entirely different type of effluence on the mind. Greywater. After hours and hours, plus additional hours and a bit of overtime, I have a pretty solid idea of how to treat our greywater. I'll go into more detail in a future post and just say for now that we should have enough available land to distribute our minimal amount of hazardous wastewater through a series of underground, pressurized hoses into mulch beds furnished with enough water loving plants to safely absorb and process it. We probably won't submit our proposal until January, when Washington's new, more lenient greywater legislation passes, so we have a bit more time to work out the kinks. Wish us luck.
I'll leave you now with a sneak peak at our
greenhouse! We're putting together a video of it's erection from beginning to end, which will be a few weeks from now. Stay tuned!
P.S. I hope you voted!