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- Sep 18 2021, 10:14 AM (18 w, 1 d)
Oct 19 2021
Alas she was too fargone... Therefore I have moved this task over here.
Sep 18 2021
@Timotheos This is one thing that I'm still not sure about. Definitely more for just doing a permenent structure as that is actually easier. Only problem is where to put it now the tanks are down on the flat? The obvious place would be next to or near the tanks. But then if it's a permanent structure and I decide to shift, there will be a random shower structure on the flat which might be weird? I don't care about it being close to me and other's using it as that's convenient for me but might not be ideal for others?
I see so many people with half full paint around properties. If you have any leftovers could we possibly use that rather than purchasing new paint? Unless you have a specific colour in mind of course.
I was considering just cutting some timber to size and laying it over the top as they would make a good standing outdoor bar. I will fashion some 'rings' to place over the intakes to filter debris from the downpipes.
Have spoken to a plumber and solved the issue with the odd sized downpipes. Purchasing materials Monday and hopefully done by next Wednesday. Just in time for wet season.
Have purchased a pressure pump. Picking up fittings Monday. Hoping to have done by Wednesday next week.
Drainage pit about .5m deep filled with river stones. The run off from the sink and toilet go here. The toilet pipe goes under the gravel and should disperse into the ground fine - there is barely any run off anyway (a few drips here and there) and shouldn't be any smell. Some native grasses planted around the outside of the pit would help.