Systems for harvesting rainwater

Rainwater collection in plastic tanks

Systems for harvesting rainwater - GHIBLIPLASTRainwater harvesting is necessary because there is less and less drinking water on earth and it is becoming more and more valuable. The need for water is the basic life requirement of every person, and where it is not available in sufficient quantities, it can create big problems. The average water consumption per person per day is between 100-200 liters. Half is used for toilets, laundry, car washing, watering plants. Accumulation of water in reservoirs (from the roofs of houses, cottages, residential buildings) would bring significant savings and solve the problem where it is not enough.

Since rainwater is obtained by collecting rain in plastic tanks, it cannot completely replace drinking water from the water supply. When they fall, raindrops pick up dirt from the atmosphere, so rainwater is not good for drinking and preparing food. But, depending on how the rainwater is collected, that water can be very usefully used.

Rainwater, unlike ordinary water, has no mineral ingredients and is therefore ideal for watering plants, washing cars and other machines, clothes and other laundry in washing machines, rinsing toilets and showering. It is also ideal for washing hair because there are no ingredients that negatively affect the hair. At a time when prices are going wild and wages are stagnating, it is necessary to peek into the rich treasury of nature and use all its benefits. One of them is certainly rainwater - free water that needs to be collected in plastic water tanks.

GHIBLIPLAST rainwater harvesting systems

Systems for harvesting rainwater - GHIBLIPLAST
  • A net for mechanical separation of large impurities (leaves, branches, ice) is placed on the existing drainage system from the roof.
  • With the existing pipes (gutter), the water is fed to a small tank that serves as a filter for mechanical purification (stones, sand, small impurities).
  • The purified water is lead to a larger tank, which can be buried or placed in the basement. The tank can be horizontal or vertical depending on the needs of the user
  • The water from the tank is pumped to the consumer
  • Excess water is drained from the rainwater collection tank via an overflow pipeline
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