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Old 06-28-2012, 08:56 PM   #21
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The sump and barrel idea will work so long as the barrel is buried in the earth, below ground level.
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Or, (also outside the box thinking)

The grey water gravity drains, to a barrel or holding tank. But it sits on a platform, that can be raised using a 'cheap' harbor freight hydrualic jack; when your going to empty it, just jack it up, so gravity will drain it to the macerator pump? So, buy a sump pump, or buy a hydraulic jack? Whichever is cheaper, easier, more do-able.Jim
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Thanks so much for your reply. I think the thing to do is just what you said, maybe put in a grey water outlet. If you see of anybody whos done this I sure would appreciate the help.

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