Early December 2020 the first Rainwater Wall (RwW) was installed in Berschenhoek, the Netherlands.
The innovative tank concept makes it possible to collects and store large volumes of rainwater falling on nearby roofs. Harvested rainwater is used for gardening, cleaning as well as for cooling of adjacent business spaces and offices. Installing a RwW thus helps to reduce the monthly water- and energy bill significantly and supports to drastically lower CO2 emissions and consumption of drinking water.
The RwW can be also used to capture energy for heating of water for showering and all kinds of industrial processes. Let us know if you are interested in this option so that we can provide you with more details about this option.