Water Harvesting is the accumulating and storing, of rainwater, gray water, storm water or run off for reuse, before it reaches the drainage system or aquifer. Water Harvesting has been used to provide drinking water, water for livestock, water for irrigation, as well as other typical uses given to water. Water collected from the roofs of houses, buildings, roadways, HVAC or gray water, can make an important contribution to the availability of drinking water and water for our rivers and creeks.
Compact above grade tanks, galvanized, fiberglass single or multiple units, poly tanks. 100-70’000 gallons. Below grade tanks also available.
If we use Gray Water to Irrigate our homes we can save almost 42% of our household outdoor water use or over 9 billion gallons of water per day or in one irrigation season over one and a half times the water content of Lake Shasta.
“Additional Water Savings can be gained by capturing and storing seasonal Rain Water through roof run off, hardscape run off or irrigation runoff .” *may vary based on house hold water use.