Grey water grease trap


Zaia is a musician, homesteader, permaculturist, holistic health and wellness coach and sustainability advocate. She and husband Tom run permaculture designed farm "Kendall Permaculture Farm" on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia and the not for profit organisation PermEco Inc. and teach permaculture and self reliance. Zaia loves cooking and always comes up with new and different recipes to prepare the food she grows. She is a percussionist and is involved in various musical projects, including community music projects. She writes about life on the farm and tries to post regular photos and articles.

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5 Responses

  1. Matt says:

    Thank you, I have been designing a shower grey water system I want to implement at home and this has further inspired me and aided in my design process

  2. Neil says:

    Cool. I dig it.

  3. Zaia says:

    Reblogged this on .

  4. Nicky says:

    How do the worms cope in this system with hot water? I am assuming the grey water is still warm when it comes from showers or kitchen? Or do you have a way of cooling it down before it gets to the grease trap?

    • Tom Kendall says:

      Hi Nicky, the pipe that delivers the water to the grease trap is in the ground and around 20 meters long which will cool the water down. If there has been a long enough period of water flow to build up the temperature I’m sure by then the very active compost worms will move away to a cooler spot. Thanks for your comment, Tom

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