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Ferrocement Water Tanks A Comprehensive Guide to Domestic Water Harvesting

Handbook / Manual
By: Lee Felicity(Author), Daniel Colman(Author), Berre Daneels(Illustrator)
64 pages, colour illustrations
Ferrocement Water Tanks
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  • Ferrocement Water Tanks ISBN: 9781856232494 Paperback Jun 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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The combination of cheap, easily available materials, margin for error, suitability for amateurs and flexibility in terms of size and shape, make ferrocement tanks an ideal choice for anyone looking for long-term water security on a budget, and they work well in all but the harshest environment. With hands-on experience, the authors provide a detailed guide to enable confident and safe construction by anyone interested in building their own ferrocement tank. Felicity and Daniel share their reasons for choosing these tanks, how they calculated their water needs and how they constructed and maintain their tanks that cater for all their needs. With our weather patterns drastically shifting between drought and flood due to climate change, it is vital to have reserves of water to rely on. Felicity and Daniel self-built their own house and included water tanks. They achieved water security for less than the cost of joining the local water network. Whether you are creating your own off-grid home, or want to reduce your carbon footprint and reliance on mains water, the ferrocement tank offers a simple, achievable and robust DIY solution.

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Felicity Lee and Daniel Coleman live in a self-built, off-grid strawbale house on 2.8 acres in France. They self-built their ferrocement water tanks and offer an online consultation service for those exploring the option.

Handbook / Manual
By: Lee Felicity(Author), Daniel Colman(Author), Berre Daneels(Illustrator)
64 pages, colour illustrations
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