Rain Water Harvesting
Rainwater harvesting has the potential to save a large volume of mains water and reduce pressure on resources. Water that would otherwise be lost can be used instead to flush toilets, water gardens and feed washing machines. Rainwater harvesting can ideally be used on large surfaces such as roofs or driveways. An average driveway can provide up to 100m² (100,000 litres) of water per year. Different sizes are available to suit any project from small domestic to large commercial applications. The collected water can be used to supply lavatories, household appliances or outside taps, but is not suitable for drinking.