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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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Rainwater Harvesting and How it is Done

Rainwater Harvesting and How it is Done

Rainwater harvesting is an ancient method of water conservation, where people collect water for domestic, agricultural and sometimes even industrial use. As the name very obviously implies, the aim is to collect and store rain that falls from the sky. Benefits of Harvesting Rainwater Rain can sometimes be irregular, and with climate change well and truly evident, the areas affected by drought and flood are changing. Many places that once received an abundance of rain are now receiving much less,

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The Advantages of Harvesting Rainwater

The Advantages of Harvesting Rainwater

Rainwater harvesting is a form of collecting water that has been in practice for thousands of years. Primarily, it is used as a way to collect and store water for future needs in areas where water is not readily available all year round. This practice has become more and more popular again over the last few years as many business and homeowners can no longer rely on the availability of ground water to cater for all of their needs, especially

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Why You Should Be Harvesting Your Rainwater

Why You Should Be Harvesting Your Rainwater

With the recent introduction of water charges in Ireland, many homeowners are looking for alternative ways to reduce their consumption of water in order to keep their water bill as low as possible. There are many ways in which this can be achieved, for example, it can be through the careful monitoring of wastage, repairing any household leaks and just by being more careful in the everyday use of this precious resource. Many homeowners have also turned to the concept

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