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Why Do I Need to Save Water?
An investment in Rainwater Collection will reduce your water bill and
pay for itself in a very short period of time. With Texas being in the
worst drought in history and lake levels critically low, water can no
longer be taken for granted. The cost of water and restrictions of
usage is rising and will continue to do so over the next decade as
global warming rapidly increases our daily temperatures, which leads
to costly evaporation losses.
How Can Rain Water Help Me?
Rainwater collected and used on-site can supplement or replace water
used for irrigation. With the use of filtration and disinfection water can
also be made potable to be used for toilets, showers, dishwashers, and clothes washers.
Our rain has been scarce, but if you have a collection system
in place, you can collect 600 gallons of free water from just
1” of rain on a 1,000 square foot roof.
Harvesting rainwater for home landscaping:
Saves you money by reducing your water bills
Reduces demand on the municipal water supply
Makes efficient use of a valuable resource
Reduces flooding, erosion and the contamination of surface
water with sediments, fertilizers and pesticides in rainfall runoff
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