Water Systems Articles

Alternative Toilets for Off Grid Sites with No Septic

Best Alternative Off Grid Toilets - No Septic!

If you are like me, the cost of new septic was too high, and you weren’t sure if one would work way out on your property anyway. That’s why I went out and found the best off grid toilets for remote cabins or eco-friendly homesteads.

March 14, 2020
Off Grid Water Purification Pump Drinking Water Clean Safe for the Homestead

Off Grid Water Purification: Safe and Low Cost

Like me you might have wondered, do I really need to pay out for an expensive deep well when I have so much water on my property? I have spent time researching the best low cost water yet reliable filtration systems for my off grid homestead, and this is what I have found.

March 01, 2020
Grey Water Safe Shampoo Recommendations for Healthy Gardens

Guide to Grey Water Safe Shampoo

The first thought that many conversation minded individuals have after taking a shower is often, “how can I reuse all that water?” Using ‘grey water’ like bath water to irrigate your garden may be a good alternative, if you know the right shampoos to use that won’t hurt your plants.

October 20, 2019
Grey Water Pipe Systems for Off Grid Permaculture

Safe Detergents And Soaps For Grey Water Systems

For off grid and permaculturists, reusing mildly dirty water in a “grey water” systems is a no brainer since it saves money, conserves water, and finds a use for every waste. But, for the beginner it can be a little scary, because you don’t want to accidentally poison your plants in the process. Don’t worry, using grey water safely can be very simple, and I’ll walk you through what you need to know.

June 12, 2019
Collecting Rainwater on the Roof

Off Grid Rainwater Collection - Complete How To Guide

For those of us still paying for water to drink, wash in, and irregate our plants, the idea of collecting free rain water from our roofs seems naturally appealing. There is a lot of confusion out there about the best way to harvest and store the water that falls naturally on your roof. But it doesn’t have to be that hard.

May 27, 2019