Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting

Clearwater rainwater harvesting systems can save money on water bills and reduce the demand for mains water. Once installed, a Clearwater integrated rainwater harvesting system can be used for a variety of applications including flushing toilets, laundry, washing vehicles and watering lawns. There are many variations on a theme regarding rainwater harvesting from a standard system with a catch point to tank and storage system.

collecting rainwater is often considered to be an easy process but fitting the right size tank and the correct collection ,filtration and flow and deciding on the uses for the stored water is often more difficult to get right. As every situation and customers needs are entirely different either in a domestic or commercial situation.

inlet filters and size of outlet from the tank can vary from half an inch to twelve inch,dependent on what the rainwater harvesting system is expected to do garden hose supply or washing cars , trains etc.

On a three bed house the rainfall can be as high as 660 gallons for every one inch storm so a size of tank to collect this attached to a suitable overflow system or soakaway is advised.