How it’s done
Storm water collection typically involves an in ground storage tank which can hold as much as 10,000 gallons of water. Water enters the tank through water points around the tank, some of which draw from the gutters of green houses and is pumped into the greenhouse as a water supply.
There are a plethora of benefits to collecting storm water, some of which are:
1. A supply of water for aquaponic systems raising perch.
2. Provides fresh and natural water for agricultural systems.
3/ Promotes environmentalism and water conservation.
The rainwater that falls on your roof and property is essentially free. All it takes is a method to harvest it into a tank or cistern for later use. Rain-water harvesting can be a great educational tool to get people to recognize their individual or household water usage. This can get them to start concerns water in other areas around their home.