Hello, At my new property in Central Coast, we've got an Envirocycle system (I havent found out what type it is but its casted in concrete if it helps) on for both sewerage and grey water. And we were told that the east side of land, the part of land that is much higher than the rest of 'my' property is reserved by Council as an outlet (to 3 taps, with the highest being the 'permanent' outlet) for the effluent of the envirocycle. Apparently it needed to be maintained every 3 months at the cost of $300pa... So questions are: 1. Is it sufficent as it is now for time being till we have enough money to convert it to something else more 'sustainable'? 2. Would the designed area, as Council placed it out, be alright or should we be more wary about where the effluent water flows over the land? 3. I dont use much chemicals in the house as I have reactions to many chemicals so I think there would not be much chemicals washing into the system. So does the amount of chemicals washed into the system make any difference? 4. What type of sewerage system would be much more sustainable than the envirocycle? 5. How can I use the effluent water into the food plants? 6. Is there anything else we should be aware of with the envirocycle? 7. What else you would like to say? lol! Looking forward to learn more about this system! Cheers!