Rain Water Harvesting
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Become familiar with best practices regarding the design and maintenance of rainwater harvesting systems.The Rainwater Catchment System Design and Installation Standard (ARCSA/ASPE/ANSI 63-2013) was published in 2013 to assist engineers, designers, plumbers, builders/developers, local government, and end users in safely implementing a rainwater catchment system. However, many people involved in the design and/or installation of rainwater harvesting systems are not aware of these guidelines or, if they are, do not understand why they are necessary or important. This topic walks through some of the main components of the standard, focusing specifically on how these guidelines ensure the production of clean, safe rainwater for multiple uses. Become familiar with best practices regarding the design and maintenance of rainwater harvesting systems and will also gain an understanding of the fundamental research that supports and emphasizes the need for the standard. Ultimately, this knowledge will help ensure that implemented rainwater harvesting systems can reliably supply a safe alternative to municipal potable or private well systems.
Kathy Gee, Ph.D., P.E., Longwood University Sarah L. Sojka, Ph.D., Randolph College
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