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If you are not right into gardening, or do not want to go to the expense of fitting filters and pressure pumps to build an expensive rainwater system for your house, then try this. I have added several ...
The most important aspect to a water efficient garden is good garden design. The right garden design will depend a lot upon where you live, by taking into consideration your location and climate you can ...
... water they use. In countries such as Australia rebates can be claimed for the purchase of such water saving devices. Reuse grey water from the house on the garden. The following ideas are little more expensive, ...
...  Share your Tips, Ideas and News that relate to your garden.    ...
... using a separate plumbing system to blackwater, domestic greywater can be recycled directly within the home, garden or agricultural company and used either immediately or processed and stored. Recycled ...
... using sunlight through passive solar, active solar, and photovoltaic techniques and using plants and trees through green roofs, rain gardens, and for reduction of rainwater run-off. Many other techniques, ...
... kitchen (food) scraps may be added to the pile (eg meats, bones, fats, vegetable peels, liquids such as spoiled milk or stale beer, tea bags, egg shells, hair, ...), as well as animal manure and garden ...
... toilets or for the garden, and Recycling of wastewater through purification at a water treatment plant. Waterless car wash Rainwater harvesting  ...
... is 90%, with new batteries containing up to 80% recycled material. Biodegradable waste Kitchen, garden and other green waste can be recycled into useful material by composting. This process allows natural ...
... computers) and plastics. Though similar, the composting of biodegradable waste – such as food or garden waste – is not typically considered recycling. These materials are either brought to a collection ...
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