As individuals and businesses become more aware of water’s status as a finite resource, and commit to taking steps to conserve it accordingly, ParkUSA is leading the way with solutions that help them get the most from their water. The practice of reclaim and reuse is emerging in the commercial construction market as municipalities enact regulations promoting water saving methods, especially in areas impacted by droughts.
As water costs continue to rise and low impact design becomes increasingly prevalent, architects and engineers will consider rainwater harvesting systems more and more for their clients’ projects. Reuse and reclaim is an environmentally friendly practice that has promise for optimizing water consumption with an eye to the future.
Rainwater Harvest System Conservation of rainwater is becoming critical in some parts of the United States because cities occasionally run low on water now and almost certainly will face shortfalls in a few years. This is particularly true if the change in global weather patterns substantially alters rainfall amounts in areas of the U.S. Three Texas cities (Houston, Fort Worth, and San Antonio) are listed in a 24/7 Wall Street article amongst The Ten Biggest…