Rain Water Harvesting
Rainwater harvesting offers significant economic and environmental advantages! Only one percent of the water we use every day is used for personal consumption. The rest is used to clean, flush toilets, shower, water the lawn, irrigate gardens, wash cars, fill swimming pools, do laundry and complete other household chores. For this reason, rainwater harvesting is practical and offers significant ecological and economic advantages!
Rainwater harvesting advantages:
- Reduces water consumption
- Cuts costs
- Preserves groundwater supplies
- Counters rising costs for water and sewage
- Relieves strain on sewer networks because rain is retained for later use
Uses for “free” rainwater include:
- Watering the garden
- Flushing toilets
- Washing clothes
- Car washing
- Filling swimming pools
- Household use (with the proper filtration and disinfection)
Save 55% or more by harvesting rainwater
We estimate more than half of the water we use each day can be replaced with rainwater, without any inconvenience. This amount includes flushing toilets, washing clothes, cleaning, watering the garden and irrigation. This can potentially save 60,000 gallons of water on an annual basis for a family of four using 300 gallons of water per day!
We supply a wide range of equipment, designed to improve water quality and help meet potable water requirements. This equipment includes mechanical filtration, cartridge filters, backwashing filters, water softeners, reverse osmosis systems, chlorination equipment and UV disinfection systems.