Southern Californians crowd in for a lesson on laundry-to-landscape greywater systems at the LA Eco-Village. (Molly Peterson/KPCC)
As the California drought continues, residents are being back to cut back their use of water by 20 percent. One way to do that is to use greywater — recycled water from showers, sinks, and washing machines.
But even though the state allows homeowners to install their own recycled water capture systems, there are some obstacles to the process.