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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Jul 12, 2010-
Jul 16, 2010
09:00AM - 04:00PM
5-day Greywater Installer Training
Become a part of the growing body of Sonoma County residents trained and certified to install affordable, compliant, residential greywater systems.
Sonoma,
Petaluma
Event Description

Workshop: 5-day Greywater Installer’s Course

Monday, July 12th - Friday, July 16th, $595

Please register by visiting www.dailyacts.org or calling 707.789.9664

Learn to install greywater systems to rehydrate our landscapes. This course will cover basic plumbing and landscaping skills needed for four types of common greywater systems. You’ll learn to conduct a site assessment, determine which systems to install and how to maintain them. You'll learn what plants do best with greywater and the ins and outs of greywater reuse. By course end, you’ll know about proper installation of code-compliant washing machine and simple systems under the new California state code adopted in fall of 2009. Plus, you’ll have hands-on practice installing 3-5 new systems in Petaluma households. After completing the hands-on portion of the course, you'll have the opportunity to take a 50-question exam which you must pass to earn your greywater certification and get listed as a certified greywater system installer.

Laura Allen is a founder of Greywater Action and has spent a decade exploring low-tech, urban ecological sanitation technologies like greywater. 

Not ready for the full five days? Come to an evening presentation Wednesday, July 14th, 7 to 8:30 pm. It’s free to Petaluma residents, $10 non-residents.

Register for this Course by visiting www.dailyacts.org or calling 707-789-9664.

Fee: $595.00

Contact Information
Name: Erin Axelrod     Email: erin@dailyacts.org
Phone: 707-789-9664

 

 

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