Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater harvesting options

Many industries like hotels and hospitals by law require standby water plants. Micon designs and installs rainwater harvesting systems that collect and reuse of rainwater from the roof and other surfaces and reticulate it into the water tank where it’s stored for direct use 

Water tanks are devices that are used to store harvested rain or storm water. Water tanks are installed to make use of harvested water either for an off the grid system or for irrigation.

Various tank designs, sizes, and colours are available. Our expert team will create a custom installation that will fit in with the look and feel of your business.

Uses of rainwater harvesting

Harvested rainwater can be used for many applications. We can install a single small tank for watering pot plants or washing the car or we can harvest as much water as possible and link it to an irrigation system. 

It can also be used for toilet flushing or even just to assist with flooding issues. A small tank as a back-up emergency water supply, The list is endless….

How to work out the potential water to be collected by rainwater harvesting

  • 1mm of rainfall on 1 m² roof area = 1 litre of harvested water
  • Kwazulu Natal has an average rainfall of 1000mm per year.
  • This means that if you have carport area of say 50m², then the water captured over a year could be 50 000 liters or 50 kiloliters*

*Calculation (1 000mm X 50m² = 50 000 liters) 

Contact us, for more information about our rain water tanks.



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