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Gone With the Wynns: Eliminating gray water — ideas from Burning Man

From the bloggers at Gone With the Wynns.

Gray water disposal is a constant issue whether you’re living in a yurt, tiny house, RV, travel trailer, sailboat or even a yacht.  Where there is fresh water there will eventually be gray water and hence the question How Do I Get Rid of my Gray Water?

If you’re unfamiliar with the term Gray Water it’s basically water that has been used.  The definition of Gray Water is: the relatively clean waste water from baths, sinks, washing machines, and other kitchen appliances.  In terms of an RV it’s all the used water that doesn’t go through the toilet, and it’s typically stored in a “gray water tank” separate from the “black water tank” which holds the more toxic human waste (and we ditched that when we got our composting toilet).

While at Burning Man in 2014 we decided to give ourselves the task of finding the best way to safely, and legally, dispose of our used Gray Water.

To read the full story by Gone With the Wynns, click here.

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