The Denver graywater projectA partnership between Bayaud Enterprises and Mines Without Borders JOIN OUR TEAM
About the project
During this team’s partnership with Bayaud, we have been able to learn more about water filtration and sustainable water practices on both a technical and social level. However, due to various regulations and local restrictions, the Denver Graywater Project is not currently possible and has been officially closed. As circumstances continue to change, this project may reopen in the future. This team will be starting a new project and will continue to work towards more efficient and sustainable water filtration.
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Project News and Updates
>>WORK PLAN: COMPLETE
>>PRELIMINARY DESIGN REPORT Draft: COMPLETE
>> Bayaud raised enough money to purchase a third laundry and second shower truck!
>> Changed Directions: Now pursuing a recycle system for the laundry truck graywater
>>Develop a bill of materials and cost estimate
>>Community outreach and input
>>Create a user manual
>> Compile a Final Design Report
AN INTRODUCTION TO BAYAUD ENTERPRISES
Bayaud Enterprises is a non-profit in Denver, Colorado which seeks to create hope, opportunity, and choice, with work as the means through which people with disabilities and other hurdles to employment can more fully participate in the mainstream of life.
Project Co-Leads: Laura Duncan & Kayley Moore (Colorado School of Mines)
Design Lead: Jystine Bagnol (Calpoly Pomona)
Media & Logistics Lead: Morgan Demis (Colorado School of Mines)
Advisors and Mentors
Community Partner: Scott Kerr (Bayaud Enterprises)
Technical Mentors: Stephen Fisher (Tetra Tech) & Mark Reiner (WISRD)
Project Advisor: Natalie Celmo (CECorps)
Humanitarian Engineering Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Reddy (Colorado School of Mines)