The Future Of Conservation? | Harvesting Rain Water
(West End, Maine)
I strongly believe that in the future, harvesting rain water should be the most adopted approach to water conservation. Rain water, if collected properly, can be used for almost every essential purpose such as, drinking and land cultivating.
In fact many countries in the world still use the rain as a substitute for providing drinking water and it boggles my mind why in our great country we haven’t found an affordable and marketable way to harvest rain water even more effectively and from our households and buildings.
When it is raining, the rain water can be stored in tanks or overhead towers. Another efficient way of storing rainwater in the future may be by building tanks over the large buildings and structures for the sole purpose of collecting rain water, and then transporting the supply to the overhead tanks.
In the near future I think buildings should be constructed with these harvesting facilities, it’s long overdue. I’m also biased, but I strongly believe the United States should be leading the way on this new technologies. Who’s with me?