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Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands, Volume 3: Roof Catchment and Cistern Systems

Handbook / Manual Cancelled
By: Brad Lancaster(Author)
Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands, Volume 3: Roof Catchment and Cistern Systems
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  • Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands, Volume 3: Roof Catchment and Cistern Systems ISBN: 9780977246427 Paperback Jan 2011 Publication cancelled #156896
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Cisterns harvesting runoff from rooftop catchments have the potential to harvest the highest quality rainwater runoff on site, and allow for the greatest range of potential uses for that water. Water uses range from irrigation to fire protection, bathing, and washing, as well as potable water for drinking.

Building on the information presented in Volume 1, this book shows you how to select, size, design, build, or buy and install cistern systems harvesting roof runoff. Guiding principles unique to such systems are presented along with numerous tank options, and design strategies that will improve water quality, save you money, reduce maintenance, and expand the ways you can use your tanks and the water harvested within.

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Handbook / Manual Cancelled
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