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 Post subject: Simons' system
PostPosted: Jun 11th, '10, 15:00 
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Simons' system has been designed to suit his backyard. With a 3000L fish tank and four growbeds, he can comfortably supply his family with fresh produce and fish - year round.


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 Post subject: Re: Simons' system
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Simon moved house recently and decided to take his system with him, the boys )Peter and Carll) are out there as we speak connecting up the system and adding a drain tank. Photos coming soon! Stay tuned for further updates.

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 Post subject: Re: Simons' system
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Simon had already done most of the hard work and laid out the system the way he wanted it. The area was paved with bricks making a neat area for the relocation.
Unfortunately the drain pipes were cut so neat and close to the actual fitting there was no way to reuse the same drain lines and fittings, so new pipe and bottom drain fittings were required. The system is now up and running after a busy afternoon by Peter and Carl. This was the first Reinstall for BYAP :cheers:

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 Post subject: Re: Simons' system
PostPosted: Feb 12th, '11, 13:41 
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Seriously, this cant be healthy.
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faye wrote:
This was the first Reinstall for BYAP :cheers:

Well it deserves a recycled pat on the back then... this is the best I can do ... :cheers:

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