91,271 water harvesting Home Design Photos

Chitra
rainwater harvesting
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get the water out or what?
chains water is sent to this filter which has layers of sand, gravel , a mesh and charcoal. Two pipes are hidden within, which take the filtered water to an underground tank . Rainwater is stored in this underground tank and used for all purposes including drinking and cooking.
is the water handled? Is there a hidden reservoir?
293. rainchians from gutter to water catchment
Water Harvesting Barrel Holder, rectangular shape exterior may fit area at front outside drying yard. Where can we get a rectangular barrel to fit that area?
falling water even when it isn't raining.
good way to hide the water harvesting device
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 Garden: Permeable Paving Lets the Rain Soak InDesign With Weather: Introduce
“rain water harvesting idea” — chetanav2
Kenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
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Cannon House - South Main, Colorado
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attribute of metal roofing Craft appreciates is that, "it lends itself well to rain water harvesting. With its smooth clean surface, less filtering is required of water from a metal roof, compared to asphalt shingles which shed
pitch the water will drain better
Another attribute of metal roofing Craft appreciates is that, "it lends itself well to rain water harvesting. With its smooth clean surface, less filtering is required of water from a metal roof, compared to asphalt
to rain water harvesting. With its smooth clean surface, less filtering is required of water from a metal roof, compared to asphalt shingles which shed small particles, and possibly other chemicals."
rain water recycling from metal roof
“Dormer” — crissaferguson1988
Calico Studio
Ames Lake Studio
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the rain water system? Also what is the capacity?
Love the water tank, where did you get it?
Is the water recycled back into the house for daily use, drnking, showers, etc?
no the water in the cistern does not currently feedback to the building but we designed the system so that we could use the water as grey water. Currently we are unable to use it for potable/drinking water because of health codes. And yes we would need to add a filtering system.
captured water for irrigation and the overflow for a rain garden"
elegant and clean way of saving water
Wonderful structure for many purposes Water tank
great idea to save rain water. Don't have to worry so much about errosion under the gutter spout.
Rain water collector/harvester. Grey water.
“Water collection” — jacmyers
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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Sunny Slope with Drainage Wash, Perennials and Edibles
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Southwest. Water management is still important this month. "Continue to monitor and reset the timers on any controllers you may have, especially in the low and middle zones. As temperatures decrease, reduce the water needed," writes New Mexico landscape designer David Cristiani. "If you are planning a landscape
create water harvesting opportunities to benefit plantings and some visual interest by installing subtle basins, swales and berms away from structures, where lush plantings are desired," he says.
Water run-off into the rock bed...
Manage water. Continue to monitor and reset the timers on any controllers you may have, especially in the low and middle zones. As temperatures decrease, reduce the water needed. If you are planning a landscape for a barren area or for an area outside plant roots, create water harvesting opportunities
“meandering walkway” — markarra
Andrew Hinman Architecture
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Locomotive Ranch Trailer
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rain water catcher tanks
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rainwater harvest...water harvest...Water collection...Rain water cisterns
“Steel frame” — Darren OLoughlin
Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
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and a water harvesting system for the greenhouse. "The shed was a big part of the program for the design; there was a strong desire to organize and visually contain all of the stuff including tools, pots and toys for the grandkids," Henry says.
“Sunroom” — Michele Thornquist
Rainbow Valley Design & Construction - Portland
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Krause Small Cottage
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how to save rain water for garden
70% of the earth's surface is covered by water, yet less than 1% is fresh water, and of that, less than 1% is fit for human consumption. This is a great article on harvesting rain water for your gardens or flushing toilets.
potable water use in gardens, encouraging many to 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
“Simple looks” — gamulya
Harding Construction & Sustainable Solutions
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Rain Water Harvesting / Drought Tolerant Landscape
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Rain Water Harvesting / Drought Tolerant Landscape
a rain water harvesting cistern. You can see more pictures here: http://www.houzz.com/projects/288650/Rain-Water-Harvesting---Drought-Tolerant-Landscape
rain water harvesting
Rain water collector.
“Rain catching sistern” — akberkes
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