The Benefits of Greywater on your Garden
I can't think of a better way to demonstrate the benefits of using greywater on your garden, than the photos below.
The garden in our photos is now watered by one of our greywater units, diverting the greywater from the laundry and bathrooms. The Gator Pro pumps the water directly into the dripper line, so the garden is automatically watered whenever water is used in the laundry, shower and bath. The greywater unit and the irrigation system were installed before a dry summer in southern Victoria. ...continue reading Using Greywater On Your Garden
I wrote this "Novice Guide" because I really didn't understand the difference between the 50mm Gator Pro and the 100mm Greywater units, or why there was a need for a 100mm Greywater Gator Maxi100. ...continue reading Guide to Greywater Gator Pro – 100mm v 50mm
It seems to be constantly raining in southern Victoria, and the rainwater tanks are full. I recently I flew up to Townsville in Far North Queensland. By the time you reach the top of Victoria, the intense green landscape has given way to the red sand of the dry inland. It’s a good wake-up call because we become really complacent. While we’re complaining about not getting the washing dry, the rest of the country is still crying out for some rainfall. ...continue reading Save Water with a Greywater Gator Pro
The New Snap Tee
Last time I mentioned our new 90mm Gator Snap Tee, which is proving to be very popular with plumbers and home handy people.
Bruce is the inventor and patent holder. He has been considering the need for a snap tee for a long time, and finally found the right company to help him develop the fitting. This Rapid Prototyping company worked with Bruce over about 12 months to develop and fine tune the Snap Tee. After six or seven prototypes, it was ready to go into production. ...continue reading Snapping Up Snap Tees
Southern Victoria is in the midst of a chilly winter, although autumn’s soaking rains have eased. We find that we still need to use our greywater on the garden, as we've had quite a few days of northerly, drying winds. ...continue reading Grey Skies and Greywater