Tuesday, May 27
Rain, collected from the roof and stored in tanks is a major source of drinking water and since it is generally pleasant and of excellent quality there is no reason for this not to continue.
There has always been an understanding that the water tank would have its own resident population of “bugs” but that regular drinkers of the water would be able to cope with them. However most people drinking …READ MORE
Monday, May 12
Regardless of whether your home or business is using rainwater catchment tanks or town supply for it’s water needs, water conservation should be a priority to all of us. Here are seven relatively simple and low cost things that you can do today, to drastically reduce your unnecessary water usage.READ MORE
Monday, May 12
Rainwater harvesting is an increasingly popular alternative to town-supply use, due it’s sustainable environmentally-friendly approach to water consumption. Add to this the fact that it can also be very cost-effective and hassle-free if implemented correctly, rainwater collection is now a viable choice for many home and business owners, and not just limited to when there are no other options.READ MORE
Thursday, April 24
Latest research suggests that people today are not aware of the important need for their tank water to be treated, to make it satisfactory for consumption. There could be problems with Giardia and E-coli in your water tank. Generally most gutter protection systems on the market, whether they are in the spouting or down the pipe, are high maintenance and inefficient.
The following is an article and copyright from the NZ …READ MORE