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saving water

Installing rainwater tanks would automatically bring down your water and electricity bills. During the rainy season, you could use the rain water for a host of activities – such a gardening, washing clothes, flushing the toilets etc. Typically, if you use the government-supplied water, you would be using up to 210 liters everyday.

Now that’s differently a lot of water on per person basis. And the amounts in the monthly billing would only add to your woes. You can pull a stop on that cycle with the help of rainwater tanks. You’d be more cautious while using the rain water, because you have saved it on your own, and you already realize it is limited.

Energy Consumption

Here’s another which will motivate you against water-wastage after installing rainwater tanks. The more wisely you use water, means less energy consumption. The water which goes into the drainage systems, travels and reaches the water-plants, where all the used water is treated and processed and made consumable again. It’s a lengthy procedure and consumes a lot of energy. And consumption of energy means the depletion of unrenewable resources. You can minimize this occurrence by restricting water usage at home.

Rainwater Tank for Schools

Schools provide buses and other alternatives such as school vans for the children. Even these buses and vans need to be cleaned regularly so that the children can commute in a clean bus. Washing these buses takes a lot of water. If bus driver attaches a water hose to the rainwater tank, he can wash the buses easily.