· Rainwater is free, the only cost is for collection and use.
· Very beneficial to irrigation and plants thrive, for rain water is excused from pollutants as well as minerals and other naturals and/or man made contaminants.
· Rainwater does not produce corrosion or “scale” like hard water.
· It saves money on monthly water bill by decreasing the dependency on delivered water supply.
· Recharge ground water through increasing the ground water table.
· It can serve as a “back-up” reserve source if primary water is not obtainable or contaminated.
· Supplements or replaces well sources.
· Reduces flooding and decreases soil erosion from runoff.
· Contained storage, reduces mosquito’s, which is very beneficial to local Government Control Programs.
· Can be use as a potable water supply through a further filtration and treatment system.
· Helps develop areas with limited water supply.
· You can receive (LEED) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, this is a Green Building Rating System Credit under water use reduction.
· Adds value to home or property.
· The flow to stormwater drains are reduced.
· Use of a “GREENWISE” valuable resource.
· Supplements low volume wells.
· Mostly in part, avoids water restrictions.
· Site irrigation for lawn, gardens and commercial landscape nurseries.
· Toilets of commercial urinal flushing.
· Janitorial use.
· Car washing , private and commercial applications.
· Laundry for private sector and commercial laundries.
· Evaporative cooling for mechanical equipment and supplements discharged water.
· Reduces water treatment being naturally soft and mineral free.
· Stormwater containment provides several usages.
· Will improve water quality to water sheds.
· Dishwashers, hot water heaters, replenish SPA’s and pool area’s.
· Showers, bathing.
· Livestock farming.
· Custodial Uses.
· Fire protection.
· HVAC cooline towers, mechanical systems.
· Processing water (E.G. metal molds, electro-plating, printing, with further filtration/treatment systems: potable.
“Providing solutions for regulated or non-regulated water usage”.
· Private residential residence.
· Housing developments.
· Rural Properties.
· Residential Cisterns
· Schools, Colleges.
· Carwash companies.
· Golf courses.
· Athletic fields.
· Parks, camper grounds, resorts.
· Truck Stops.
· Casinos Factories.
· Office complexes.
· Rest Areas.