Frugal Ways To Collect Greywater

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Frugal-Ways-To-Collect-Greywater Reclaiming and reusing greywater is much easier than you might think. As a matter of fact, all you need to get started for meaningful reclamation is a 5 gallon bucket and a pipe wrench.  We have learned many ways to conserve water during our occasional periods of drought.  The trick is taking what we’ve learned and practicing them through the year – every year.

The folks over at Frugally Sustainable have put together information that will clear up the basics and shows you how that 5 gallon bucket can get you started – and save you some money on your water bill in the process.

Here’s a tip from us to get that bucket absolutely free – Ask at your local grocery store baked goods counter, Costco, or school cafeteria if they have a 3 or 5 gallon bucket you can have.  Frosting, sugar, and other things they use come in these food-safe containers.  They will most likely be happy to give you one you can take home, clean out, and start using today!

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