Greywater is simply the water that flows out of your washer, sinks and tubs. It can be re-used in your landscape to water plants instead of being wasted down the drain. Systems can be easy or complex depending on the the orientation of the fixtures and the land. We always consider greywater as a possibility in doing a comprehensive water design.
What does a greywater landscape look like? The greywater itself is typically hidden out of site. It is used to water trees and shrubs, either closer to or down slope from the source of greywater. Greywater can be used with new or existing trees and shrubs (and to a lesser extend smaller plans) but new plants tend to work best.
Damien is a QWEL (Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper) Greywater Certified Professional.