According to Wikipedia, in New Zealand, many houses away from the larger towns and cities practise rain harvesting as they routinely rely on rainwater collected from roofs as the only source of water for all household activities. This is almost inevitably the case for many holiday homes.
And in many other countries around the world, rain water is collected either as a substitute source of water supply or even as the main source. This is currently the case in China and Brazil where rooftop rainwater harvesting is being practiced for providing drinking water, domestic water, water for livestock, water for small irrigation and a way to replenish ground water levels. Rain water barrels are therefore useful in water collection and storing.
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Hehe :D Rain barrel reminds me of the old pales used in my grandma's place.ReplyDelete
yeah, i would say rainwater is another source of water if we can process it well..ReplyDelete
reminds me about my kids time on collecting rainwater to play~~ :)
Rain barrels, another new word into my dictionary.ReplyDelete
I learn something new everytime I step into this page, HappySurfer.
Rooftop rain harvesting is great idea. Saves water usage.ReplyDelete
I've been thinking about getting some rain barrels for a while now. Would save a lot for watering in the garden. No treatment necessary.ReplyDelete
Tekkaus, I love to see them filling up on a rainy day.ReplyDelete
SK, unfortunately, most modern homes no longer collect rainwater. We are lucky to be in the part of the world where there's plenty of rainfall to fill up the reservoirs.
Shingo, you are so kind. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Mei Teng, indeed, rain water can be used for many purposes to save cost on piped/metered water.
Pandabonium, indeed, great savings possible as rain water can be used for many purposes including gardening and car-washing besides others. Happy shopping for rain barrels.ReplyDelete