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We are designing a rainwater catchment system for a friend who just recently bought property in Blue Lake California. We want to redirect rainwater (grey water) for use in flushing the indoor toilet. Kyle Basnett and Colin Bourgeois are working on this project as part of the Humboldt State University's Engineering 305 course, in Appropriate Technology.
 
We are designing a rainwater catchment system for a friend who just recently bought property in Blue Lake California. We want to redirect rainwater (grey water) for use in flushing the indoor toilet. Kyle Basnett and Colin Bourgeois are working on this project as part of the Humboldt State University's Engineering 305 course, in Appropriate Technology.
  
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#Utilize maximum efficient level of rainwater to preserve filtered clean water
 
#Utilize maximum efficient level of rainwater to preserve filtered clean water
 
#Redirect water flow from as many locations as possible for utilization
 
#Redirect water flow from as many locations as possible for utilization

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We are designing a rainwater catchment system for a friend who just recently bought property in Blue Lake California. We want to redirect rainwater (grey water) for use in flushing the indoor toilet. Kyle Basnett and Colin Bourgeois are working on this project as part of the Humboldt State University's Engineering 305 course, in Appropriate Technology.

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  1. Utilize maximum efficient level of rainwater to preserve filtered clean water
  2. Redirect water flow from as many locations as possible for utilization
  3. Install as many gutter systems as money and efficiency allow
  4. Design a system in a way to easily operate and maintain
  5. Design to prevent water damage if system fails

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