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Rainwater Harvesting

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Integrating some kind of rainwater harvesting system into a self build or renovation project has been growing in popularity for years, not only for the economical benefits, but also the ecological impact. But how can you maximise yield, reduce your demand for mains water and still achieve those all important financial savings?

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Build It
October 2019

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