Lets have a look at rain harvesting.
Rain falls onto a roof; therefore; it is collected by the gutters and drain pipes and goes down the drain. What a waste!
Think about the millions of litres of water that could be collected each year! Now multiply that by the number of houses in your street. That’s just your street, imagine how much rainwater could be stored if the whole country had water tanks. It would benefit us all in drought times as well as help the environment.
The average household uses approximately 900L a day. That’s approx. 27,000L a month, just for one house. Now you can imagine how this puts massive stress on our mains water supply. A water tank in Bryon Bay is a great way to reduce the burden on our local dams.
There are a few other aspects of buying a water tank that you need to consider.