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Why is Rain Water Harvesting Important?

Why is Rain Water Harvesting Important?

One of the easiest ways to save water is to simply collect it, and that’s a practice that is referred to as rainwater harvesting. Rainwater harvesting is essentially the collection of rainwater in large tanks (like a cistern) that’s then transferred to containers until it’s needed for use. In most cases, the water is used directly from these containers without being purified or filtered. This practise first became popular as a method to collect and store water in areas where

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How to Save Water at Home

Saving water is always a good idea as it’s great for the environment and for your budget too. Wasting water is exactly that – waste – so we should try to avoid it in whatever way we can. The following tips provide some advice on the best ways to help save water at home, though you may also be able to think of other ways too: 1. Use water tanks The one fairly obvious way to save water is to

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4 Things To Know About Your Septic System

4 Things To Know About Your Septic System

Whether you are just recently installed a septic tank, have purchased a home with a septic system or have a septic tank system on site on your property for many years, you need to take ownership for ensuring you have some knowledge about how the system works. There are experts available to resolve issues and carry out maintenance but a little knowledge goes a long way. Being able to identify potential problems with septic tanks as soon as possible as

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What is Precast Concrete and Why Use it?

What is Precast Concrete and Why Use it?

If you don’t know all that much about concrete, then chances are that precast concrete doesn’t ring any bells and you may assume that it’s the same thing as normal concrete. However, they are two very different products and they have very different uses. Precast concrete comes with a lot of advantages too. So, what exactly is precast concrete? Precast concrete, in contrast to normal concrete (insitu concrete), is not poured into its mould on site. Precast concrete is designed

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Septic Tanks Dos and Don’ts

A large number of homes have a septic tank on their property but, while they are very common, not many people know much about a septic tank other than it’s where waste goes. So first we are going to start with a short definition of what a septic tank really is according to the EPA: “Septic systems are underground wastewater treatment structures, commonly used in rural areas without centralised sewer systems. They use a combination of nature and proven technology

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