Municipal buildings such as fire stations can benefit by incorporating a rainwater harvesting system. Local governments are initiating new efforts to be a green community. Harvesting rainwater helps decrease storm water runoff while reducing the demand on the local drinking water supply.
Fire vehicles are washed frequently and a large emergency vehicle can use up to 250 gallons per wash. Using harvested rainwater instead of water from the local drinking water supply will significantly reduce the cost of water usage while helping our environment.
Uses of harvest rainwater in Fire Stations include:
- vehicle washing
- flushing toilets
- landscape maintenance
Want to incorporate harvested rainwater in your fire station?
Contact us to have our team design a RAIN RE-GAIN™ for your project.