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An Eco-Friendly Permaculture Inspired Bed & Breakfast Inn in the North Georgia Mountains & Wine Country Near Dahlonega
At the Cedar House Inn and Yurts we try to be good stewards of the earth's natural resources. This page provides sources for some of the products we have installed for conservation and gives information on other products that are good for the environment.
Greywater Systems for Gardens
We have a great opportunity to conserve water by reusing the water from shower, bathtub and washing machine use. Such water is called greywater or graywater depending on who you talk to. An average four person household sends well over 38,000 gallons of reusable water down the drain each year from bathrooms and laundries. This water could be used for watering lawns and gardens. Fresh drinking water is not a finite resource. It's been said that in the near future water will become the next oil in terms of scarcity and worldwide demand. Why do we need to water our water hogging St Augustine grass yards with water suitable for drinking?
We have found an affordable and simple to install/use greywater reuse system made for yard and garden irrigation. During those wet weather times you can divert the greywater back into the septic system with a built in valve.
For more information visit Greywater
Composting Toilets for Homes, Cabins and More. We use them in our yurts. For more information visit Composting Toilets.
Vortex Water Revitalizers to improve drinking water and water used for household and gardening purposes. We use a sink mounted model in our main kitchen for guests to enjoy structured water in their drinking bottles for hiking, We also use the water to cooking, making tea and coffee. For more information on sink and whole house models visit Vortex Water Revitalizers