Thursday, May 2, 2013

Rain Water Harvesting

Millions of people lack access to safe drinking water. Check out for more information.

So many of us take our water for granted. Andrew Brown asks us to consider, "What gets the water to the faucet?"

Many regions import water, which ultimately has global impact. Brown addresses the issue with mindful rain water harvesting techniques.

This beautifully shot short video gives an illustration of his methods:

This is just one way individuals are using innovation to conserve water.

In what ways do you conserve water?

Or in what ways would you like to begin conserving water?

Comments welcome below:


  1. This was really a great work done by the capstone students regarding rainwater harvesting.Thanks for sharing such a wonderful blog with us and also thanks for the informative videos. can you tell me the best effective technique to harvest the rain water in an efficient manner.

    1. We are definitely not experts on the topic, still learning, actually! Andrew Brown's website could likely answer this question for you:

  2. Thanks for providing the link EC Pol. It is really a helpful site for learning many things.

  3. Even i am learning about harvesting and my project is to save water on earth. These article help me alot and i will look forward to experiment it practically.

  4. EC Pol, nice work dude. It's very informative blog. Keep posting.

  5. Thanks for the content on this site. As a fellow water harvester I appreciate any efforts I see elsewhere to conserve our valuable water resources. Wahaso—Water Harvesting Solutions designs and builds systems that harvest both rainwater and greywater in commercial buildings, which clearly are a huge consumer of municipal water. Check us out!

  6. Its really very good information.Its really very helpful to under stand about harvesting.From last 2-3 years we are also searching some new techniques for rain water harvesting, if you want to get more information about new techniques then simply visit our website.