How Rainwater Harvesting Works
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Rainwater from all the gutters is routed to an underground storage tank.
Leaves and dirt are removed by a self-cleaning filter.
The rainwater is stored underground where the cool inhibits bacterial action and prevents the water going yellow. Calmed inlet, floating pump intake, surface cleaning by siphon and rodent guard all contribute to providing crystal clear water.
A pump submerged in the storage tank provides water under pressure to your clothes washing machine, toilets and outdoor taps.
A choice of backup systems ensures automatic mains water flows if the rainwater runs out.