A joint tank – the cheap rainwater storage

If you don’t care the quality of water, rainwater is the suitable source for chores inside and outside. The average water of one person per day is from 80 to 100 gallons, but only one part can be used for drinking. Thus, rainwater can save your money and urban water supplies. The basic concept includes steps: collect rainwater, remove impurities, store, and pump to applications if necessary. For different dwellings, the process has some specific changes.

For economic development today, it’s possible that each resident can possess one rainwater storage system, including rainwater tanks and rainwater plumbing in new homes. But the cheaper way is sharing one system with several residents. Rainwater is a free supply so there are no arguments of the equal division.

How do we pay for a joint tank? The partners need to pay the power for operating rainwater tank pump. It’s necessary to have the contract between the landlords and renders. The bills can be shared as normal way as other joint services, like street lights.

In all settings, rainwater can be collected from roofs and saved in one container or several relating tanks. There are two methods of separating rainwater to the outlet. These are indirect feed and direct feed. Direct feed is more competitive to cost and easier to construct. One pump system is only needed for all dwellings. Thus, it takes a lot of power to keep pressure. You can spend less electricity with the indirect feed option.

Consider your financial condition and specific needs before installing the rainwater tank. Make the best choice to save your money and water supplies.