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Harvesting System Broadly rainwater can be harvested for two purposes Storing rainwater for ready use in containers above or below ground Charged into the soil for withdrawal later (groundwater recharging) From where to harvest rain Rainwater harvesting can be harvested from the following surfaces Rooftops: If buildings with impervious roofs are already in place, the catchment area is effectively available free of charge and they provide a supply at the point of consumption. Paved and unpaved areas i.e., landscapes, open fields, parks, stormwater drains, roads and pavements and other open areas can be effectively used to harvest the runoff. The main advantage in using ground as collecting surface is that water can be collected from a larger area. This is particularly advantageous in areas of low rainfall. How is Rainwater Harvesting done ? How is Rainwater Harvesting done ?
Ersson rainwater harvest and purification (original) Ersson rainwater harvest and purification (original) Background In January 1996 we installed a rainwater catchment system to capture Oregon's abundant rainfall. Portland receives between 3 and 4 feet of rainfall annually.
Harvest Rain DVD Harvest Rain DVD Harvest Rain - The Movie review by Doug Pushard In harvesting rainwater, the overwhelming majority of the attention is focused on active rainwater collection systems - that is systems with tanks and pumps. Passive rainwater catchment is too often overlooked, and yet, a very impactful and important practice. Passive rainwater collection is the art of slowing down rainwater and letting it infiltrate locally rather than channeling it too quickly running off the land. It promotes healing of the land and treats rainwater as an asset rather than a problem.
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Interview_Sally Interview_Sally Harvesting Rain Downunder by Doug Pushard Rainwater harvesting is not just a topic of interest in the arid southwest, or even just parts of the United States; it is a topic of worldwide interest. Sally Dominguez, CEO of Rainwaterhog from Sydney, Australia, was recently in the United States promoting her Rainwaterhog product line; an innovative, attractive interconnectable line of rainwater tanks that can be used vertically or horizontally. Sally, how long ago did you get involved in Rainwater Harvesting? I guess I started about 15 years ago when I started designing houses with large steel tanks. I have also lived in houses with rainwater systems; one was where a possum drowned in the drinking water tank, so I also seen the drawbacks first hand.
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Rainwater Harvesting Rainwater harvesting with multiple (modular) barrels I'm dependent on water and I'm hooked on barrels. With one installed, I just had to have more. I added another, and another. Rainwater Harvesting
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A few years ago, I bought a 90 gallon rain barrel and hooked it up to my rain gutter on the far side of my house. I used it once in a while, but found it time consuming to fill watering cans and so it went mostly unused. Living near Seattle, I get about 37 inches of rain a year. I often see installed rain barrels around here used for gardens and flowers that are full and overflowing, not living up to their potential. Rain Barrel To Toilet Installation - Page 1 Rain Barrel To Toilet Installation - Page 1
My rain barrel design My rain barrel design Functionality update: 21 June 2007 We spent a week visiting the grandkids. While we were away, the National Weather Service reported over an inch of rain in the area. The first barrel is full and there are no leaks. Now to add more barrels... Functionality update: 28 July 2007 I added the second barrel to this downspout using a 3/4" male pipe thread to hose adapter near the bottom of each barrel.
Steps Method 1 of 4: Getting Rain Barrel Supplies 1Obtain one or more water storage barrels. You can buy a water storage barrel online, but it's cheaper to get a used one from a company that uses large barrels to store food and other merchandise (just be sure to clean it thoroughly with soapy water). A rain barrel can also be made from a large plastic trash can. Get a barrel that will hold 30 to 55 gallons of water. How to Build a Rainwater Collection System How to Build a Rainwater Collection System
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Rainwater Harvesting and Purification System In January 1996 we installed a rainwater catchment system to capture Oregon's abundant rainfall. Portland receives between 3 and 4 feet of rainfall annually. During a gentle rain a typical Oregon downspout sheds several gallons per minute. Our twelve hundred square foot roof captures on average 3600 cubic feet (27,000 gallons) of water per year. In 1998 we received approval from the city of Portland to use this water for all household use. This system, which cost less than $1,500, consists of the following components: Rainwater Harvesting and Purification System
Aussie Rain Tanks Aussie Rain Tanks Australia was one of the first countries to reinvent the science of collecting rain water for the home and combined with a large dose of artistic flair, is now the world leader in residential rain harvesting. Australian rain tanks are now manufactured in the United States and come in a wide range of shapes, sizes and colors. At Aussie Rain Tanks we can help you select the right tank for your home and offer advice on capturing the maximum amount of rain, keeping the water clean and delivering it to the key parts of the garden. We’ll even pick the best location for your tank and install it. An elegant, discreet rain tank can be installed on your property for less than $3 a gallon and will last for a lifetime.
Harvest the Rain Learn how to build a rainwater harvesting system to save free water. Rainwater harvesting systems can be as simple as directing gutters to a lidded garbage can or as complex as a concrete cistern, roof washer and filtration system. But whatever your application, rest assured that you'll be getting some of the purest — and cheapest — water around. Why Save Rainwater? Rainwater can be used for potable water (drinking, cooking, bathing) or nonpotable uses such as landscape irrigation, livestock watering and washing. Collecting and using rainwater has numerous benefits, ranging from improved water quality to reduced stress on underground aquifers.
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Raincycle - How to harvest rain Sustainable System Every Raincycle system has a storage component and a water handling component. Proper sizing and configuration of both components is necessary to create a sustainable rainwater recycling system. Through site specific design and calculation we customize each system according your project's needs. Tank Sizing The first decision when designing a system is to determine the tank sizes.
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Capture System The Capture System by Doug Pushard You have decided to invest in a rainwater harvesting system, but where do you start? What questions do you need to answer before you can build the right system to harvest rainwater? Let’s start with learning how much rain you can collect.
residential_gutters Residential Gutter Sizing by Doug Pushard Gutter sizing is an aspect of rainwater collection that has been studied extensively and can be calculated based on published guidelines in the plumbing codes. For example, the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) recommends that a gutter system be able to carry the runoff of the heaviest 60 minute downpour recorded in the last 100 years.
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7abayebna (Dearest folks)!
First of all, this project I have been energizing for a while to get ready for the so called Nibiru or the mega changes in our mother earth before the end of days.

Peartree is an innovative curative way to amalgamate ideas, approaches, resources and so on in a very illustrative node-like manner.
I have tried while working on the project of "rain harvest" along with other projects to make them as coherent and cohesive as possible.

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Stay blessed, MSHADDD by mshaddd Oct 1

7abayebna (Dear folks)!
First of all, this project I have been energizing for a while to get ready for the so called Nibiru or the mega changes in our mother earth before the end of days.
Peartree is an innovative curative way to amalgamate ideas, approaches, resources and so on in a very illustrative node-like manner.
I have tried while working on the project of "rain harvest" to make it as coherent and cohesive as possible.
You do not need necessarily a huge screen to properly delve into this tree's realms. SIMPLY, you can fine-tune the magnification/appearance via the control + - at the bottom of the page.
Stay blessed, MSHADDD by mshaddd Oct 1