Rainwater Harvesting: System Planning

Source: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

This manual was created to help contractors, consultants, land owners, and others plan rainwater harvesting systems. It addresses catchments that are less than 50,000 square feet and can store less than 100,000 gallons. It covers all aspects of planning, installing, operating and maintaining such systems, as well as the distribution of water for landscapes, pets, wildlife, livestock, and private potable and nonpotable in-home rainwater systems. The 2012 edition contains a chapter on cold weather considerations and underground storage. (228 pp.)

By: Billy Kniffen, Brent Clayton, Douglas Kingman, Fouad Jaber
ID:  B-6240

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