Aquascape's Rainwater Harvesting 101

http://www.aquascapeinc.com - Learn how to capture, filter and reuse rainwater using the RainXchange Rainwater Harvesting system by Aquascape with Ed Beaulieu, "The Conservation Guy"!

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http://www.aquascapeinc.com - Learn how to capture, filter and reuse rainwater using the RainXchange Rainwater Harvesting system by Aquascape with Ed Beaulieu, "The Conservation Guy"!

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horizon
horizon - 6 years ago
you didnt descried how it is filtered beside the net? i assume its not drinkable then? tho it would probably be cleaner than tap water.
AquascapePonds
AquascapePonds - 6 years ago
No, the water stored using the RainXchange system, including a Rain
Barrel, is not potable/drinkable. In order to be potable, it would need
to go through a series of filters such as UV & charcoal.
Сергей Будяк
Сергей Будяк - 7 years ago
Схема установки 1:11.
dx80cruiser
dx80cruiser - 7 years ago
Just do what we do in Oz. Buy a couple thousand litre plastic rainwater tank for a $1000, connect your down pipe to it and voila. Water storage!
keepyourlovesafe
keepyourlovesafe - 7 years ago
that's gotta be expensive.
Prathik Prashanth
Prathik Prashanth - 7 years ago
its cool
Jefferdaughter
Jefferdaughter - 7 years ago
Asphalt shingles contain contaminants such as cadmium. Slate and tile (not plastic) roofs last hundreds of years and do not contaminate the water or the ground where rainwater regularly flows off them. If you are lucky enough to have one of those, it's worth repairing when it needs it! BTW, if you do not live in a wildfire prone area, cedar roof shingles last as long as asphalt, are renewable, and truly non-toxic.
StarSeed
StarSeed - 8 years ago
I have heard experts say you can, and that even an asphalt roof does not add enough toxins to need filtering. This is capitalism at work, charging for something that literally falls out of the sky.
Dana Aerys
Dana Aerys - 9 years ago
@arky3000 maybe they have dif weather at different times of the year. in the tropics we have flash floods and drought in some months
arky3000
arky3000 - 9 years ago
wouldnt it block the mesh? also u showed 2 different images one showing drought and the other rainfall, yet some of the states were in both good and bad lol

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