The Raindrop Mini brings the joys of using rainwater to many that would have previously found it unpractical. The device is specifically designed for those who lack space and is an ideal way for anyone with a small property or flat, especially those living in urban areas, to start to make use of rain water and so help their plants and the environment.
Articles tagged with ‘rain water’
Clear Rain is a device that allows you to filter rain effectively and efficiently and allows you to attach hosing to take the cleaned rain to where it is needed, for a pool, pond or any form of water storage.
The Rainwater Pillow is a flexible alternative to a rain barrel. Able to hold significantly more water than conventional barrels, the pillow can be placed underneath decking, in a floorspace or any other such ground level hidden space. The water collected can then be used in a garden or even to flush toilets.
The Petal Drops gadget is a water-saving concept by Pieter Laga on the social product development website Quirky. Following an initial design proposal by Pieter, other individuals got involved by making suggestions for the product name, the logo design and product development.
With it being the wet season, particularly in Europe, it makes sense to collect as much rain water as possible ready for the spring. Due to growing populations, clean water is becoming increasingly scarce. Rather than use fresh drinking water to water your garden, why not just collect rain water? It’s free! If space is an issue, a wall-mounted water butt is a simple device to collect rain water without needing a large garden. (more…)
The amusingly named Fatboy Tank is a large water vessel designed for your garden to store an impressive 650 gallons of harvested rain water. The tanks only measure 7’6″ (2.29m) w x 6’7″ (2m) h x 2’4″ d (0.71m) and are designed to be free-standing on a level area of ground. The tank is made from a UV stabilised high density polyethylene, which means light does not penetrate the tanks and therefore prevents algae from growing inside the tanks. (more…)
Supertank Slimline rainwater tanks are a new concept was designed by 2 architects who wanted to create a highly functional water tank without sacrificing appearance or space. Each tank holds around 400 litres each! So they suit themselves perfectly to collecting rain water to be used for watering the garden, flushing the loo or washing the car. (more…)