Water is the Earth’s most precious resource

Storm water detention, watering the garden, washing the car or keeping an emergency water supply can all be achieved by harvesting of rainwater – this conserving this valuable resource.

Rain Water Harvesting

Rain water harvesting is simple. It involves the collection of water from surfaces on which rain falls, and storing this water for later use. Water is usually collected from the roofs of buildings and stored in large rainwater tanks. This is very common in rural New Zealand and in "green star" rated buildings.

What can rain water be used for?

  • Irrigate the garden
  • Flush toilets
  • Flush urinals
  • Laundry
  • Washing machine

What is needed to collect and use rainwater?

  • Storage tanks
  • Pumps
  • Filtration and water treatment is required if collected water will be consumed

Talk to the team at Clyne & Bennie about Rain Water Harvesting.