5,272 rainwater harvesting Home Design Photos

Fivedot Design Build
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The Orchard
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includes a rainwater harvesting system that supplies the toilets and laundry with water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site impact of this project. This project emphasizes the relationship between site and building by creating indoor and outdoor spaces that respond
acidic rainwater. The design and execution would be best carried out by professionals.
HARVESTING RAINWATER: Concrete. Concrete tanks are a durable option that can be a flexible feature in the design of
Concrete rain tanks balance ph of acidic rainwater
their rainwater harvesting system, the designers took the opportunity to integrate them into the design, using the concrete tanks as a wall that creates an entry court and acts as a noise barrier from the street.
“path” — jchan110
Chitra
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tank . Rainwater is stored in this underground tank and used for all purposes including drinking and cooking.
Beautiful way to collect and filter rainwater
“Asian - harvesting rainwater - www.inika.com/chitra” “feed bird bath”
This smart application of a rain chain and rain barrel is actually lovely enough to be considered a fountain. When not capturing rainwater, the chains effectively evoke the sense of movement and calm of a water feature.
capturing rainwater, the chains effectively evoke the sense of movement and calm of a water feature.Do you have a water-wise fountain you want to share? Or a question about how to conserve the water used by an existing fountain? Let us know in the Comments! We'd love to see your ideas.More:The Sustainable
“rain water harvesting idea” — chetanav2
Rainbow Valley Design & Construction - Portland
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Krause Small Cottage
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love to save rainwater, so high in nitrogen
water harvesting. for garden, washing cars, toilets, etc.
Pretty exterior paint. Note rainwater container.
set up rainwater tanks for irrigation needs and shift toward using native plants. In other places, like the U.K., residential rainwater harvesting guidelines are emerging in response to water shortages caused by the stress of a high population. For these and many other reasons, homeowners around the world
value of a rainwater collection tank. Here’s what to consider when adding one to your property.
“rain water” — buhler
Calico Studio
Ames Lake Studio
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Harvesting rainwater is another really good way to save water. Using it
Harvesting rainwater . Rain water barrel cost?
Harvesting rainwater is another really good
project. Rainwater barrels can be purchased at many retailers, and some water companies give them away for free. You can even, though it’s a bit more work, build your own cistern to hold harvested rainwater. Other uses, in addition to lawn irrigation, for harvested rainwater include using it to wash cars
project. Rainwater barrels can be purchased at many retailers, and some water companies give them away for free. You can even, though it’s a bit more work, build your own cistern to hold harvested rainwater. Other uses, in addition to lawn irrigation, for harvested rainwater include using it to wash cars
“rainwater collection” — dbiggs
Landforms
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Creative Drainage Solutions
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utilize the rainwater off of this expansive roof. So we installed a large rain barrel. When it gets full it overflows into this rain garden Landforms Inc.
Let's make an attractive rain barrel/rainwater catcher
experience in rainwater harvesting systems. Some things to watch out for: Possible contaminants in your runoff water. Make sure to think about where the rainwater was before it arrived in your tank, and where that water is going to be used. You wouldn’t want to spray your tomatoes with lead-contaminated water
experience in rainwater harvesting systems. Some things to watch out for: Possible contaminants in your runoff water. Make sure to think about where the rainwater was before it arrived in your tank, and where that water is going to be used. You wouldn’t want to spray your tomatoes with lead-contaminated water
“rainwater” — buhler
Palo Santo Designs LLC
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Contemporary Country Home
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Project: Adding a rainwater tank or rain barrel to harvest water for your garden. Why use rainwater? In addition to doing
experience in rainwater harvesting systems. Some things to watch out for: Possible contaminants in your runoff water. Make sure to think about where the rainwater was before it arrived in your tank, and where that water is going to be used. You wouldn’t want to spray your tomatoes with lead-contaminated water
Adding a rainwater tank or rain barrel to harvest water for your garden.Why use rainwater? In addition to doing a great service to the world’s drinking water supply by reducing your consumption, you may be able to reduce your water bills substantially with relatively little effort. Plus, you can lower your
“Water storage” — kenfarmer
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Caterpillar House
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Make a rainwater gathering tank for watering yard part of year.
appliances. Harvesting rainwater and using other sources of recycled water are rewarded, as is landscaping that has low irrigation needs (for example, it uses native plants adapted to your climate). For a complete list of products that meet the guidelines of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for water
gathers rainwater for reuse as landscape irrigation.
“Water tanks” — orangeshirt
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Caterpillar House
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on in rainwater harvesting is the design of the roof. Here is a house with a large overhang that provides more surface area for rainwater collection. If the rain is heavy enough, that extra area makes a difference. Note the cisterns on the far right side of the photo.
on in rainwater harvesting is the design of the roof. Here is a house with a large overhang that provides more surface area for rainwater collection. If the rain is heavy enough, that extra area makes a difference. Note the cisterns on the far right side of the photo.
“Simplicity” — jensloane
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