|Common House Laundry and Solar Drying||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Kevin Wolf (kjwolfdcn.davis.ca.us)|
|Date: Mon, 22 Jun 1998 18:51:02 -0500|
Hi all What about that wonderful invention, the solar dryer? Are many of you using the latest in high tech clothes lines as part of your laundry facilities? I know Muir Commons has some restrictions that make the amount of open air drying space minimal? I imagine that in most high density situations, that is the case. But what about cohousing communities with lots of space? How do you arrange to have clotheslines near the washer machines to encourage the use of the most environmentally sound way to dry clothes? At N Street, it is the clothes lines that brings people together, to hang and takedown their clothes. Our washers and dryers are in two different garages which share the same clothesline area. Here, most everybody sorts their clothes at home. We have thought of centralizing the laundry in the common house but then where would people hang dry their clothes, close by? I am curious on how others have incorporated the clothes line into their laundry scheme. Thanks. Kevin
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