Design, Supply and Install of Rainwater Harvesting Systems
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What is rainwater harvesting?
Rainwater harvesting is the practice of generating a water supply by collecting rain water, typically, from a roof. Water is then stored in specialised water storage tanks to be used at a later date.
Rainwater harvesting is a cost-effective method of collecting and storing water that can be used by pastoral and arable farmers.
JRH Water Management specialise in the design, supply and installation of agricultural rainwater harvesting systems.
How safe is rainwater harvesting for agriculture?
Harvested water is ideal for spraying, irrigation and livestock. Large-scale storage tanks can be connected to environmentally friendly disinfectant treatment systems. This increases the storage time of the rainwater and storage capacity whilst vastly improving water quality for agriculture and livestock needs.
Rainwater is naturally soft. This makes it a better water source for many crops and it is naturally preferred by livestock over-chlorinated mains water.
How much water is saved through rainwater harvesting?
By collecting rainwater through harvesting you can save thousands of litres of water. This saves you money in water bills and increases profits.
How much water can be saved depends on your roof area, storage capacities, usage and average rainfall. Our innovative full yield system also allows you to keep water stored in tank systems for up to 6 months ensuring rainwater use throughout the year.
Use our rainwater harvesting calculator to discover how much water you can collect.
Finance & Grant Opportunities for Agricultural Rainwater Harvesting
JRH Water Management can offer finance opportunities and support in applying for funding grants for agricultural rainwater harvesting.