How Does Rainwater Harvesting Work?

Rainwater recycling involves collecting rainwater from a building’s roof or from any other surface, including nowadays permeable pavements and garden lawns. The rainwater then passes through a filter, which eliminates debris, and is stored in a holding tank placed either underground or the side of a building or in the loft. This saved water can.. read more →

Does Rainwater Harvesting only work in areas with plenty rainfall?

When it is snowing heavily outside, there is such beautiful scenery, a silent night for sweet dreams. When you get up in the morning, here comes the sun and you’re thinking about: Well, it is a great day for shopping or going outside to have some fresh air. So you go downstairs, getting yourself dressed.. read more →

GSTANK Let Every Raindrop Play Its Value

Water is an extremely important and special natural resource for human survival and production activities. However, serious water crisis, water shortage and water pollution constitute the water crisis has become world’s ecological environment construction and urban development constraints. The city rainwater utilization is realized through a systematic process, which includes six main steps: rainwater harvesting, rainwater.. read more →

Valuable Water Saving Resource – Rain Harvesting Tank

As we all know, water is a natural resource decreasing rapidly nowadays, it is reported that during peak water usage months the percentage reached to 50% of water used for irrigation purposes of the total household water used. Why we choose perfectly good drinking water to water our landscape when some people even not have.. read more →

What Is Rainwater Harvesting?

Harvesting rainwater comes to using different technologies to get, store and provide this kind of water. It is extremely well known in many countries but somehow using is it for example in bangladesh is very small. Researches found that in most of the people do not realize that the rainwater is good to drink, use.. read more →

A New Rain Tank Designed By Leiyuan

Archaeologists tell us that rain tanks and cisterns have been around since the bronze age. They are still a major part of urban infrastructure in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, India and the Caribbean. Despite their prime advantage of using stormwater as a resource rather than something to be disposed of, they are currently not much.. read more →

Features of Rainwater Tank Module

Leiyuan Rainwater Tank Modules are suited to any subsurface infiltration, retention or detention Stormwater applications. Manufactured using recycled materials, the Tank Modules are lightweight, engineered design, structural component developed through research & development. It is ideally used for the construction of underground Infiltration, Reuse, Detention Tanks, Grass Swale, Subsurface interception channels, Septic Leach Drains and light.. read more →

What is Rainwater Harvesting?

Water is a valuable resource and rainwater harvesting plays an important role in sustainable development. Because of this, Leiyuan’s rainwater harvesting systems are increasingly included in the standard specification of new buildings. Rainwater harvesting is a beautifully simple concept: collect the rainwater that falls on your roof, store it on site, filter and re-use it.. read more →

Popular Tips on Saving Water

There’s nothing more satisfying than knowing you have saved a fortune on a rainy day; Rainwater is free, pure, soft and plants love it; Replace power showers with aerated ones; Mulch your bare soil areas to slow down evaporation; Power shower uses more water than a deep bath; Wait until the dishwasher is full before.. read more →

Why Harvest Rainwater?

The earth is known as the Blue Planet for a reason, it’s no surprise that water is a dominant part of our everyday lives. The worlds current challenge is to improve the planet’s water quality and then maintain clean and healthy water that supports all life forms in our diverse environment. Harvesting rainwater is a.. read more →


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