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Assessing Property Space for Small Water Storage Tanks (1,000–10,000L)

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Many people do not realise how big water tanks can be, so it is important to first ensure your property will fit the dimensions of your water tank being purchased. Once you have considered the amount of rainwater you wish to capture, the next step to consider is where on your property the water storage tanks necessar ...

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Using Settling Tanks to Improve Your Water Quality

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When harvesting rainwater from your roof, a dam or river, or an underground bore, it is possible to increase the water quality through utilising two or more tanks. This article will examine settling tank systems – what they are and the benefits they can provide to the quality of water stored in your tank. What ...

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Partially or Fully Burying Poly Water Tanks

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Burying a water tank is sometimes desirable to reduce their height, or placing them completely underground if you don’t have much surface space. Poly water tanks are the ideal solution, since steel tanks obviously can’t be buried since they will rust and corrode. This article will reveal what you need to know if yo ...

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How to Link Multiple Water Tanks to Increase Rainwater Harvesting Capacity

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Before you invest in a new water tank to store rainwater, perform some careful planning and consider a system setup of linking two or more water tanks together. A multiple water tank setup for rainwater harvesting provides many benefits including: Multiple tanks can be more cost-effective Reduction of lost water in tan ...

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Rainwater Tank Benefits of Linking Two or More Water Tanks

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Calculating how much water you use or the amount of rainwater harvestable from your rooftop provides a reasonable estimate of what rainwater tank size you need. Instead of investing in one rainwater tank, did you know there are advantages with installing two or more tanks? This is especially true of poly water tanks ...

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Rainwater Tank Stands: Benefits and Considerations

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Many people do not realise that their rainwater tank can be placed upon a stand. Stands for rainwater tanks can add a bit more style and provide a practical solution to some challenges that might arise when installing a water tank. This article takes a look at some benefits a water tank stand provides and ...

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Different Water Diverters Used in Rainwater Harvesting Systems

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If you are installing a rainwater harvesting system, ensuring you have high-quality clean water is essential to the health of everyone that uses it. To make sure that the water going into your storage tank is the highest quality it can be, you can use water diverters. Diverters separate contaminated ‘first-flush’ w ...

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What are Wet Rainwater Harvesting Systems?

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Wet rainwater harvesting systems can provide an aesthetically pleasing solution to your rainwater collection needs. With a little careful planning, they can provide a plentiful source of high-quality drinking water. In this article, we explain how wet systems work, the advantages of wet systems and how to ensure the sy ...

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