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Collecting rainwater fromimpervious surfaces and storing it for later use, is a technique that has beenused for millennia. It has not been widely employed in industrialized societiesthat rely primarily on centralized water distribution systems, but waterresources "drying up, rainwater catchment for irrigation can function as amajor conservation tool to save potable water.

A rainwater harvesting system hassix main functions–all within a design that fits your aesthetic requirements:

  • Collect as much rainwater as desirable or possible from your property.
  • Clean that water as is necessary for its intended use.
  • Convey that water to suitable storage.
  • Store the water.
  • Supply the water as intended.
  • Facilitate long term maintenance of the system.

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