Rainwater Storage Tanks
Lawn and Garden Tanks for Rainwater Harvesting Storage
Rainwater Storage Tanks are used to collect and contain rainwater for reuse in a variety of applications. Often referred to as lawn and garden tanks, the tanks are designed for low profile storage, easy filling, and quick water dispersal around your area.
Rainwater storage tanks are constructed of polyethylene and include a top fill, bottom legs, and a low-profile horizontal design. These features allow the rainwater storage tank to remain stable and secure while rainwater flows into the top fill. On a dry day, the tank is small enough to be transported around a lawn or nursery for spot watering. With capacities available from 15 to 100 gallons, the tanks make an excellent addition to any small-scale rainwater tank system.
Just as with any other rainwater harvesting tanks above ground or below, the lawn and garden tanks require a collection system to route rainwater into the tank. With small rainwater storage tanks such as these, rooftop collection makes the most sense. Water is funneled into the tank using existing downspouts and gutters, cutting set up costs. A filter will need to be placed in or on the top fill opening to keep out debris and insects. If you're using rainwater as a potable water source, you will need an additional filtering and purifying system.
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Rainwater Storage Tank Features
Rainwater Storage Tank Benefits
Standard Rainwater Storage Tank Applications
Lawn and Garden Tank Technical Specifications
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