Unlike other commercialized equipment that only removes dirt from the water (generally soil), the rains rain system is the only device that treats rainwater for domestic use.
The system has 4 phases:
1st. First filtering of water, leaves and larger particles.
2nd. Go through limestone for pH adjustment.
3rd. Water comes into contact with chlorine to kill harmful microorganisms.
4th. The treatment is completed with a finer filtration system to clean any impurities that still exist in the water.
After going through the 4 phases, which take place inside the equipment, the water can be stored in tanks underground or on the surface to be used in your home or business.
Imagine a 100 m2 roof in an intense rain of waste up to 15,000 liters of water that could be stored, avoiding erosion and saving financial resources.
This initiative would avoid the waste of millions of liters that would probably be lost on the street or in your own backyard, using this water for any use or human consumption. On days of heavy rain, it is possible to collect and treat up to 15,000 liters of water from a 100 square meter roof.
+ Information: lluevelluvia.com
If you are interested in the subject, but would like to do it yourself, I recommend Ekomuro H2O +, a vertical modular tank to store rainwater by reusing PET bottles: