From Water Tank to Swimming Pools: How Far Rainwater Harvesting Can Go

Rainwater is a valuable resource, especially in the dry Western Australian region. Water is scarce, so when rain falls, residents, should take advantage and get the most out of it through rainwater harvesting. Many Australian households incorporate rainwater collection systems on their roofs, they install gutters, and they also purchase water tanks, especially for harvesting.

Harvested rainwater is ideal for various applications. From watering the garden to cleaning the home, even bathing and topping up swimming pools, rainwater has plenty of uses indeed. As a homeowner, how will you utilise this resource so you can use it in your swimming pool?


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