Rainwater

Harvesting

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Why Is Rainwater Harvesting Important?

Rainwater harvesting is important for several reasons but one of the biggest is the fact that we are tapping out water conservation gains inside our homes so we need to start looking outdoors for more opportunities.


You can essentially use rainwater anywhere you use tap water. The idea of using drinking water to flush our toilets and water our lawns is wasteful and irresponsible, especially in light of population growth and water shortages across the country. Rainwater collection is a technique to green your home and to lessen your environmental footprint.

A few of our Rainwater Harvesting projects

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We Clean Your Water

Our water treatment experts can help you eliminate these common and other more complex water problems by sampling, testing, and designing your system for you.


From a simple well pump repair to a water supply for an indigenous nation or logging camp, no job is too big or too small.

Irrigation

Irrigation use

Irrigation is the artificial application of water to the soil through various systems of tubes, pumps, and sprays. Irrigation is usually used in areas where rainfall is irregular or dry times or drought is expected. There are many types of irrigation systems, in which water is supplied to the entire field uniformly.

Non-Potable Use

Non-Potable Use

Examples of non-potable water:


Rainwater from tanks used for various workplace uses, for example cooling towers and car washing. quarry water used for dust suppression and landscape irrigation. swimming pool backwash water used for toilet flushing

Whole house, potable use

Whole house, potable use

Potable water, also known as drinking water, comes from surface and ground sources and is treated to levels that that meet regulated standards for consumption. Water from natural sources is treated for microorganisms, bacteria, toxic chemicals, viruses and fecal matter.