Rainwater Collection

Gaining in popularity, the practice of harvesting or collecting rainwater has been around for thousands of years.

What is Rainwater Collection?

From a very simplified approach, rainfall is gathered from a collection area (generally a roof) into a storage unit and used for a nonpotable or potable purpose. Rainwater collection systems range from simple barrels catching rain under a dripping roof to fully automated systems collecting tens of thousands of gallons of rainwater via gutters, piping, and pumps.


Key Benefits

  • Naturally pure water
  • No hardness
  • Supports water conservation efforts
  • Healthier plant life
  • Tax exemptions for rainwater harvesting equipment and supplies

A nonpotable rainwater collection system includes uses such as yard irrigation, gardening, water for livestock, and commercial or industrial usage. A potable household system requires additional filtration and treatment primarily for consumption and whole-house use. With wells going dry, groundwater quality decreasing, and overall water usage rising, rainwater harvesting is becoming one of the fastest-growing alternatives available for meeting freshwater demands.

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