Rainwater is soft—unlike groundwater and water from water mains, it contains little to no magnesium and calcium compounds, which affect water hardness. The use of rainwater is therefore less damaging to equipment relying on water, since it does not produce limescale deposits.

In households, rainwater can substitute up to 50% of water needed for daily use.
Rainwater is used for flushing toilets, washing the laundry, potentially even for showering, cooking and drinking; alternatively, it could be limited to outside use, especially for watering the lawn, garden, flowers and shrubs, since it does not contain metals, such as iron or manganese.

Depending on its intended use, we need to find appropriate ways to harvest and pump rainwater.
The easiest way of collecting rainwater is by placing a large plastic tank under the gutter; modern systems for household use of rainwater include all the necessary equipment for its collecting, filtering and pumping into home plumbing.

It is advisable to clean rainwater before it enters the home, which is why we would like to present some relevant technological solutions.


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