Leigh Jerrard

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Leigh Jerrard is the owner of Greywater Corps.

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In Los Angeles, each resident typically uses about 70 gallons of water a day, and a lot of it goes to waste — down the drain after you've washed your clothes or taken a bath.

Fighting the Drought with Greywater

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