Someone else has mentioned the illegality of phosphates in Florida
detergents, probably that is true. I also remember along about the
80s when popular detergents were being touted as "now phosphate free".
I mentioned it in the post because that was about the worst thing I
could think of as possibly coming from wash water. There are many
things in this world worse than dumping wash water. :-)
I did that in my old house. Int he summer, I just ran the drain hose out
the window and watered my plants every day. Garden did great. I read
that tip on some eco-friendly site, so I can't imagine it being truly
harmful to the environment.
I'm sure the tree's are great but this is considered "grey water" and may
not be allowed in some area's. On another note I always use "grey water" and
the phosphates from the soap are great for growth.
Okay that's 57 blocks + backhoe rental, + 4 assistants + one strawboss +
trench reinforcing walls + 3 cases of beer + 2 shovels +travel time + gas +
invoicing fees+ porta potty rental
Hmmm, carry the 7 ,.......
Okay I would have charged you $18,356.39 + tax
Look at how much you saved by doing it yourself !!!!
Now show this post to your wife, and she will probably want a new sofa +
bedroom set from all that money you saved
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