Water Storage & Rain Harvesting

5 Components Every Rainwater Harvesting System Must Include

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[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 10, 2017 10:49:11 AM / by Calvin Firth posted in Helpful Tips, Rainwater Harvesting, Rainwater Harvesting System

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There are many components that you can include on your rain harvesting system. However, knowing what is important will help you set up a complete system that fits your budget. A rain collection package can sometimes add up to be quite expensive. To help you save installation time and money, I have recommended five key components of a rainwater harvesting system that will keep your water as clean as possible.

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What size Rainwater Harvesting Tank should you buy?

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[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 12, 2017 3:14:01 PM / by Calvin Symington posted in Helpful Tips, Rainwater Harvesting

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Rainwater harvesting is a growing concern throughout states across USA where temperatures reach scorching heights for many months of the year. Throughout the long hot summers, water is often scarce but needed for everyday operations. It has been proven for many years that rainwater harvesting is the most cost effective and efficient way to store water for your household or business water needs.
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Can you drink from Plastic Water Storage Tanks?

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[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 10, 2017 5:48:58 PM / by Matthew Firth posted in Helpful Tips, Water Tank Facts, Stop Algae Growth

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Common questions asked in the water tank industry often relate to how pure can your water remain. This is an obvious consideration when you are using your plastic water tanks for everyday family applications. Plastic water storage tanks are used in many ways around a home, ranch or even a construction site. Water storage tanks are mainly manufactured with plastic which is an industry-proven advantage because of its strength. This concept has been around for many years supporting homeowners and ranchers with an extra pure water source they can rely on.

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