- Cooler (any clean vessel capable of maintaining hot water for 8-12 hours)
- Bungee cords or straps (1-3)
- Paper Towels
- Hand-sanitizer (if available)
- Trash bin (a bucket works)
- Water bin (a bucket works)
Fill the cooler with hot water. Use straps or bungee cords to secure it to your truck, or bring a table or cabinet for the cooler to sit on (see this video for alternative idea).
You can purchase a hand-washing station online for $110 – Link here
Be sure to do the following:
- Follow proper hand washing guidelines from the CDC
- Water should be hot (above 100 degrees)
- Use a cooler or something with insulation
- Use paper towels to touch the cooler, rather than your bare hands
- Make sure the station is stocked with soap, check throughout the day.
- Clean and sanitize the touch points of the hand-washing station regularly throughout the day – aim for 1x per hour minimum.
- Post signage about proper hand-washing techniques.
- Sanitize the inside and outside of the cooler after each day
Your gray-water cannot be dumped into local storm water systems or on the ground. Graywater must be disposed of legally. This will likely take place back at your home/farm. Most likely, a sink will be the best place to dispose of the water. Be sure to sanitize all surfaces after disposing the water.