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    • CommentAuthorGotanewlife
    • CommentTimeSep 29th 2010 edited
     
    Hi,

    A friend is looking at one of those all singing rotating disk digester plant things and then at putting the discharge through a reed bed, from which water will quickly find a way to the near by water course. Setting aside the regs here in Italy, would that be overkill in the UK. He only today got himself a genuine price for one of the digesters (£4.5k) and went a bit grey.....

    Talking of grey, he is talking about what to do with his grey water, he wants to re-use it (laudable) but he is about to pay for a bore hole for fresh water, seems to me that a reed bed would be the place to send it but how would he need to treat it first, just some sort of fat separator? He certainly needs some sound advice and its an area I haven't looked at properly.
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