Rainwater harvesting has revolutionized the design, capture, and use of rainwater.
Historically, rainwater harvesting meant using rain gardens and barrels to capture storm water run off. Today, these options have expanded into permeable paving and other RainXchange Systems. Rainwater harvesting can now be completed by filtering, storing, and then pumping into irrigation systems for use in dry weather. What appears on the surface to simply be a dry creek bed or permeable paver driveway can actually be the infiltration point for a substantial water storage system below ground. Adding a pondless waterfall not only adds beauty, but continually circulates the stored water.
How To Install a RainXchange Rainwater Harvesting System
RainXchange Rainwater Harvesting, Recycling & Storage Part 1
RainXchange Rainwater Harvesting, Recycling & Storage Part 2
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