Do It Yourself Examples

Start small, but start now!

Thousands of people are posting content online on how they are collecting and using rainwater for their homes. Below we put the latest worthy and innovative DIY water collection efforts, updated regularly:

Bangalore with charcoal filteration
At first the rain separator segregates the initial rain that filters pollutants in the atmosphere and washes dirt off the roof. A ferro-cement filter by APTEK removes leaves, twigs etc. This water then runs into the underground sump tank.
Rule for Bangalore is 12,000 litres of storage to harvest rainwater from a 200 square metre roof area. This equals about 180,000 litres of rain annually.





This guy does a really good explanation for home DIY rainwater collection system. His first flush system is perfect - ie it self drains due to a small hole.

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