Part of our commitment to serve with excellence at Rainwater Resources™ means providing our clients up to date, accurate, information about all things water. The following articles range from expert opinions to technical briefings. We hope this serves you well in being able to conveniently find the information you need about rainwater harvesting. If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, please contact one of our water specialists today.
If you are involved in Agriculture in any way, this article is meant for you. Water is one of the most precious resources that is used in agriculture, and it is a growing concern among industry professionals. Sustained, quality water is needed to supply irrigation,...read more
All commercial buildings will find cost effective benefits in rainwater harvesting. Any building with a large square foot roof, and high demand for non-potable water, is a top priority candidate for rainwater harvesting. In some commercial circumstances more than...read more
The future of water is becoming very personal! We are asked to be considerate of watersheds, encouraged to conserve tap water, mandated to prevent stormwater damage, save a river. Can anything be more personal? What happened to, “We pay taxes and our needs are met?"...read more
There are numerous tank options available. Rainwater Resources™ chooses from only those engineered to the highest standards and customizes the exact tank preferred for each application. This article provides a basic overview of the various tank types available....read more
Local stormwater control agencies are ramping up enforcement of EPA mandated MS4 Phase 2 stormwater regulations. If you are developing or have plans for construction these regulations are likely to impact your project. Rainwater capture can be a major component of...read more
Here are some interesting facts about water; how much we have, how much gets wasted, and how we use it. Only 3% of Earth’s water is fresh water the other 97% is salt water. 30% of fresh water is in the ground. 1.7% of the world’s water is frozen and therefore...read more